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the temperature of an ideal gas in a tube of uniform cross section of length L, varies linearly from one end (T1) to other end (T2). calculate total number of moles of gas present in tube . the gas pressure is P and volume V .

the temperature of an ideal gas in a tube of uniform cross section of length L, varies linearly from one end (T1) to other end (T2). calculate total number of moles of gas present in tube . the gas pressure is P and volume V .

Grade:11

2 Answers

mohit
20 Points
7 years ago
Try using boyles law charles law and find some relation b/w p,v,t,n likep proportional to t at const vol,or make pv proportional to t
mayank
11 Points
7 years ago
it would be done by using a dx element containing dx moles and then integrate it with limit T1 to T2

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