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A monatomic ideal gas is contained in a rigid container of volume V with walls of total inner surface area A, thickness x and thermal condctivity K. The gas is at an initial temperatureT₀ and pressure P₀. Find the pressure of the gas as a function of time if the temperature of the surrounding air is Tₛ. All temperature are in absolute scale. This a hc verma solved question. The number of moles is taken as one but actually it can be found out using p₀V=nRT₀

A monatomic ideal gas is contained in a rigid container of volume V with walls of total inner surface area A, thickness x and thermal condctivity K. The gas is at an initial temperatureT₀ and pressure P₀. Find the pressure of the gas as a function of time if the temperature of the surrounding air is Tₛ. All temperature are in absolute scale. This a hc verma solved question. The number of moles is taken as one but actually it can be found out using p₀V=nRT₀

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Manika gupta
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4 months ago
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