One mole of air (cv = 5R/2) is confined at atmospheric pressure in a cylinder with a piston at 0oC.
One mole of air (cv = 5R/2) is confined at atmospheric pressure in a cylinder with a piston at 0oC. The initial volume occupied by gas is V. Find the volume of gas V’ after the equivalent of 13,200 J of heat is transferred to it.
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