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A gas is compressed to one-third of it original volume. Calculate the rise in temperature if the original temperature is 400k and gamma is 1.4

A gas is compressed to one-third of it original volume. Calculate the rise in temperature if the original temperature is 400k and gamma is 1.4 

Grade:6

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
 
PVy = const
P = nRT/V
 
hence
T Vy- 1 = const.
 
400 (V1/V2)y-1 = T2
 
Now you can do or t.
 
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