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A closed, rigid, adiabatic cylinder contains one liter of hydrogen gas(H2) at 276.85 degrees celcius and pressure of 400kPa and one liter of oxygen gas (O2) at temperature 26.85 degrees celcius. The two gases are separated by a mass-less, frictionless piston through which heat is transferred until the two sides are in thermal equilibrium.

What is final temperature?

What is final pressure?

What is the final volume of helium gas?

How much work is done on or by the helium gas?

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H2 | O2 |

1 liter |1 liter |

400kPa | 400kPa |

276.85 degrees C |26.85 degrees C |

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A closed, rigid, adiabatic cylinder contains one liter of hydrogen gas(H2) at 276.85 degrees celcius and pressure of 400kPa and one liter of oxygen gas (O2) at temperature 26.85 degrees celcius. The two gases are separated by a mass-less, frictionless piston through which heat is transferred until the two sides are in thermal equilibrium.

What is final temperature?

What is final pressure?

What is the final volume of helium gas?

How much work is done on or by the helium gas?

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H2 | O2 |

1 liter |1 liter |

400kPa | 400kPa |

276.85 degrees C |26.85 degrees C |

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