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You warm 1.75 kg of water at a constant volume from 17.0C to 32.0C in a kettle. For the same amount of heat, how many kilograms of 17.0C air would you be able to warm to 32.0C? Make the simplifying assumption that air is 100% N2.

What volume would this air occupy at 17.0C and a pressure of 1.10 atm?

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You warm 1.75 kg of water at a constant volume from 17.0C to 32.0C in a kettle. For the same amount of heat, how many kilograms of 17.0C air would you be able to warm to 32.0C? Make the simplifying assumption that air is ...

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Heat absorbed by air is caclulated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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