Isothermal compression and adiabatic expansion of ideal gas, Physics

Define Isothermal Compression and Adiabatic Expansion of Ideal Gas ?

An ideal gas is dense at constant temperature from volume v1 to volume v2.

a) Calculate the work done on the gas and the heat absorbed by the gas.

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b) The gas at the present expands adiabatically to volume 2v2. What is the final b) temperature Tf (derive this result from first principles)?

c) Calculate for Ti =300 K for air.

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