1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 200g cylinder of metallic copper is compressed isothermally and quasi-statically at 290K in a high-pressure cell. A) Find the change in internal energy of the copper when the pressure is increased from 0 to 12kbar. B) How much heat is exchanged with the surrounding fluid? C) If the process is instead carried out adiabatically, find the temperature increase of the copper. For copper, CP=16J(mol*K)-1, β=32x10-6K-1, κ=0.73x10-6atm-1, and v=7cm3mol-1 2. Relevant equations For the isothermal compression, we found Q=-Tvβ(Pf-Pi) For the adiabatic change in temperature, ΔT=T(βv/CP)(Pf-Pi) 3. The attempt at a solution For part A, it is asking me to find the internal energy, which is the heat minus the work done correct? If there is no change in temperature, wouldn't this be zero? For part B in the isothermal process, is it as simple as plugging in the known variables to find the heat exhange? I'm thinking that I should be taking into account the mass of the copper which should change the volume, correct? Part C I am looking at the same way, but not sure if I need to factor in the mass of the copper.