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Yes.sportsrules said:I know that for the isobaric parts, the delta Q will be equal to n*Cp*change in temperature. So, to find the heat flow per kilogram, would I simply just say that since there are 250 moles in 1 kg of helium, I could use 250 moles/kg for n in the equation?

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