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physicsss

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(a) monatomic

(b) diatomic (no vibrations)

(c) diatomic (molecules do vibrate)

Anything to get me started?

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physicsss

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(a) monatomic

(b) diatomic (no vibrations)

(c) diatomic (molecules do vibrate)

Anything to get me started?

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Dr.Brain

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Start with [itex]PV^y[/itex] = constant where [itex]y = 1 + \frac{2}{f}[/itex]

where f= degrees of freedom

BJ

where f= degrees of freedom

BJ

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physicsss

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But where does temperature come in the picture?

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Dr.Brain

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Use PV=RT

Put the value of P from above equation into [itex]PV^y[/itex] , not try it out.

BJ

Put the value of P from above equation into [itex]PV^y[/itex] , not try it out.

BJ

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