find the entropy, Chemical Engineering

For a substance explained by the van der Waals equation of state with a constant heat capacity CV :

1) Find the internal energy U(T, V ), relative to a reference state at some T0, V0.

2)  Find the entropy S(T, V ), similarly.

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