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    Heat absorbed by monoatomic ideal gas

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    How much heat is needed to heat one mole of an ideal monatomic gas from 100K to 500 K at constant volume?

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    a. 5kJ b. 8kJ c. 49J d. 82kJ

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    A simple solution of the heat transfer to ideal monoatomic ideal gas. The heat absorbed by monoatomic ideal gas are examined.

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