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One mole of a monatomic gas is taken from steps 1 - 4. Step 1 Constant T: State A (T = 300K, V = 10L) to State B (T=300K, V = 50L) Step 2: Constant V: State B (T=300K, V = 50L) to State C (T=600K, V = 50L) Step 3: Constant T: State C (T=600K, V = 50L) to State D (T=600K V = 10L) Step 4: Constant V: State D (T=600K V = 10L)? to State A. Calculate Pa, Pb, Pc, and Pd. Calculate the heat flow (q), work done on the system (w), change in internal energy (E) and change in enthalpy (H) for steps 1 to 4.

One mole of a monatomic gas is taken from steps 1 - 4. Step 1 Constant T: State A (T = 300K, V = 10L) to State B (T=300K, V = 50L) Step 2: Constant V: State B (T=300K, V = 50L) to State C (T=600K, V = 50L) Step 3: Constant T: State C (T=600K, V = 50L) to State D (T=600K V = 10L) Step 4: Constant V: State D (T=600K V = 10L)? to State A. Calculate Pa, Pb, Pc, and Pd. Calculate the heat flow (q), work done on the system (w), change in internal energy (E) and change in enthalpy (H) for steps 1 to 4.

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