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Lee
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THe Question asks 'Derive the entropy of an ideal gas when its molar specific heat at constant volume is constant.'
So I've taken
[tex] \Delta S = \int_{S_0}^{S} dS = \int_{T_0}^{T} \frac{\partial_S} {\partial_V} dT + \int_{V_0}^{V} \frac{\partial_S}{\partial_V} dV [/tex]
in this context what would be the next best step?
So I've taken
[tex] \Delta S = \int_{S_0}^{S} dS = \int_{T_0}^{T} \frac{\partial_S} {\partial_V} dT + \int_{V_0}^{V} \frac{\partial_S}{\partial_V} dV [/tex]
in this context what would be the next best step?