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Thermodynamic Calculations for Ideal Gases

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One mole of an ideal gas a 273.15 K is allowed to expand isothermally from 10.0 MPa to 1.00 MPa. Make a table to show your answers for the following questions. (Show your work - the subscript m indicates the value per mole.)
- View attached document to see questions a)-d).

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The solution provides detailed step-by-step calculation aided by sound logic, on how to obtain a wide range of thermodynamic parameters for an ideal gas, under different conditions.

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