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`        Cv= 3R/J , what is J represent here? What is J here? Pls explain.`
one year ago

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Arun
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```							Dear Ruchi As Cp- Cv = R/J,As R is always positive, it follows that Cp>Cv. Since R/J is constant, Cp-Cv is always constant.If Cp and Cv are measured in the units of work and R is also in the units of work (or energy) then,Cp - Cv = R RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)
```
one year ago
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