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A cylinder contains 10 kg of gas at a pressure of 10^7 N / m^2. Assuming the temperature of the gas to be constant , calculate the quantity of gas taken out of the cylinder if the final pressure is 2.5 * 10^6 N / m^2.

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From kinetic theory of gases , we have

P*V = (1/3)* M * C^2

where C is the velocity of the gas molecules

M is the mass ...

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The expert calculates the quantity of gas and heat by using thermodynamics.

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