Answer to Question #34195 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for zyad
A 1000 cm3 box with perfectly insulating walls contains nitrogen at 1 atm pressure and 20°C. A 20 g block of copper at 500°C is placed in the box; then the perfectly insulating lid is quickly and tightly sealed. After a long time has passed, what is the pressure in the box? (Students will need a table of data. Include both C V and CP for nitrogen. Note that the copper excludes some of the gas from the box, so the gas volume is 998 cm3.)
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