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berkeman

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Welcome to the PF, tweety. One of the rules we have for homework and coursework is that you show some of your own work, before we can offer tutorial help.

So what is your approach to this problem?

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yea i just realized i don't no how to find the heat transferred as well but

i got the final pressure to be 15.8 bar and the final temp to be 328K and the work done to be 29KJ

ive done this by using the first equation above to find final P and PV=RT to find the final temp

is this right ? i haven't got any answers to them

thanks

i got the final pressure to be 15.8 bar and the final temp to be 328K and the work done to be 29KJ

ive done this by using the first equation above to find final P and PV=RT to find the final temp

is this right ? i haven't got any answers to them

thanks

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