Calculate the temperature after compression, Physics

A substance has constant heat capacity CP = 3.5R and its equation of state is given by:

P (V-cRT) = RT

where c = 5 * 10-7 m3 /J. This substance is isentropically compressed from P1 =1 bar, T1= 300 K to P2= 5 bar. What is the temperature after compression?

(An "isentropic process" is one in which the entropy of the fluid remains constant.)

 

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