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    The specific heat of a gas at a constant pressure is 1.70 times the specific heat at a constant volume. Find the specific heat at a constant pressure. Universal gas constant= r= 8.31 J(mol K)

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    For any ideal gas the specific heats are related by R

    Cp = Cv ...

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    This solution calculates the specific heat of a gas at a constant pressure.

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