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Consider a diatomic gas, N2, at 298 K. This gas is compressed reversibly and adiabatically from 15 dm3 to 5.0 dm3. Assume that the heat capacity of this gas is CV=5R/2, and that it behaves ideally. Calculate the final temperature, T2, of the gas.

 

 

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