Answer to Question #9226 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for Paul Umar
1 An ideal gas is in equilibrium at initial state with temperature T=137oC, pressure P = 0.75Pa and volume V = 0.75 m3. If there is a change in state in which the gas undergoes an isothermal process to a final state of equilibrium during which the volume is doubled. Calculate the temperature and pressure of the gas at this final state.
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