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The lower 10-15 km of the troposphere, the atmosphere, is often in a convective stable state with constant entropy, not constant temperature PVg is independent of the altitude, where g=Cp/Cv.

a) Find the difference in temperature in this model with altitude dT/dz.

b) Calculate dT/dz in K/km. Consider the medium diatomic molecule of air with molar mass μ= 29 g/mole.

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