Unformatted text preview: ubstitute V = N/p (an equation that still holds for an ideal gas, even if each molecule has internal degrees of freedom) to find (,p). c.) From the two expressions for that you now have written down, find Cv and Cp d.) Subtract Cv from Cp and then show that CV = N / (  1), and C p = N / (  1). e.) Finish the problem, and show that the differential equations you have derived can be integrated to obtain Equations 66, 67, and 68 in Chapter 6. 4. 5. Kittel and Kroemer: Chapter 6; Problem 12. "Ideal gas in two dimensions". Kittel and Kroemer: Chapter 6; Problem 14. "Ideal gas calculations"...
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 Physics, Work, Entropy

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