Calculating Heat Energy (HELP) 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A mixture consisting of 1.00g oxygen gas and 1.00g neon gas is trapped within a 1.0L container at an initial temperature of 298K. Calculate the heat energy required to increase the temperature of this mixture to 398K (a) at a constant volume of 1.0L (b) under conditions where the container is allowed to expand against a constant pressure pext. The pressure pext is equal to the initial pressure of the mixture at 298K. * note: base your calculations on the equipartition theorem. (do not tabulate heat capacity values) 2. Relevant equations C=q/ΔT Um(T)=3/2RT (*) 3. The attempt at a solution (a) ΔU = qv when volume is constant When using equipartition theorem (*), what should I put for temperature? (b) ΔH = qp when pressure is constant. Should I use formula H = U + pV to calculate ΔH? Thanks in advance!