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The heat capacity of a gas is given by Cp=a+bT where a and b are constants:
a) Determine delta S for heating the gas from T1 to T2 at constant P
b) Determine delta G for heating the gas from T1 to T2 at constant P

HINT: the integral lnx dx= x ln x-x

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The heat capacity of a gas is given by Cp=a+bT where a and b are constants
a) determine delta S for heating the gas from T1 to T2 at constant P
b) ...

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This solution calculates change in S and change in G when heating the gas to higher temperatures with constant pressure. Solution is shown in step-by-step manner with all formulas shown.

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