1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data one mole of He, H2, CO2 goes through a process such that the change in their internal energies are the same. WHich of the gases has a higher temp change? 2. Relevant equations Eint=3/2nRdeltaT=nCvdeltaT (for monatomic gases) Eint=5/2nRT (diatomic gases) polytamoic gases have higher values for eint,Cv,CP 3. The attempt at a solution is it helium because the change of temp has to be quite large in order to have equal internal energies with the others due to its 3/2 ratio?