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1. Three moles of an ideal gas at 300K are isothermally expanded to five times its volume and heated at this constant volume so that pressure is raised to its initial volume before expansion. In the whole process 83.14kJ heat is required. Calculate the Poisson’s ratio (y) for the gas.


1.       Three moles of an ideal gas at 300K are isothermally expanded to five times its volume and heated at this constant volume so that pressure is raised to its initial volume before expansion. In the whole process 83.14kJ heat is required. Calculate the Poisson’s ratio (y) for the gas.

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