Ah ok, now the C makes sense.
So I might be given a value for Cp and what that means is: # moles of this gas was raised by # Kelvin/°C with the pressure kept constant?
Afternoon all.
I've have the following equations:
Cp - Cv = nR = Nkb
Cv = nRf / 2
Cp = nR(2+f) / 2
CvlnT = -nRlnV + const
where f is degrees of freedom
Do the Cp and Cv just stand for pressure and volume (where both are constant), so for example can the first equation only...