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## The Attempt at a Solution

Part a is easy, but I don't know how to do the remaining of the problem.

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Part a is easy, but I don't know how to do the remaining of the problem.

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In part b, they pretty much tell you how to bring about the change. Suppose you displace the piston to the right by a volume change ΔV. Do you know how to calculate the change in internal energy of each of the chambers, or the amount of work done by the piston on the gas in either chamber to bring about these volume changes? (I assume you have learned the equations for an adiabatic reversible expansion of an ideal gas.)

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Interesting exercise. Is there anything we can do for you ?

If you would like some assistance, please follow the

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Ouch. Thanks for the reminder.

Interesting exercise. Is there anything we can do for you ?

If you would like some assistance, please follow theguidelines. For mortals it's an infraction to assist folks who don't demonstrate an effort to attempt a solution.

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