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1)(30) a (3 pts)We developed an equation for the work done by a gas in an isothermal reversible process. It used the initial and ﬁnal volumes ( V1 and V2). Assuming the gas is ideal change this
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b (27 pts) One mole of @trlatonnc ideal gas a 100 IS compresse very slowly against a constantly changing pressure ﬁ'orn 0.0 bar to 5.0 bar. The compression is done
so that heat can ither enter or leave. Compute the following thermodynamic parameters
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2) (20 pts) When we derived the equation for work we started with w =  IP(ext)dV
Derive an expression for one mole reversible isothermal work using a modiﬁed vander Waal’s equation for gas behavior where the gas has volume but no attractive forces:
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will grade only #5 . 4)(20 pts) a) (18)Water has an unusually high molar heat capacity at constant pressure. This is
very important for cellular and ecological reasons in preventing rapid changes in temperature.
Given the Cp of liquid water is 4.18 J/gK and that of ice is 1.94 .1ng at 0C. Suppose you were
studying ﬁeezing cells cryogenically at 80C in dry ice— acetone mix. Assuming the Cp’s don’t
change much over this temperature range compute AH for the following reaction at 80C.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CHEM 480A taught by Professor Wesolowski during the Fall '07 term at University of Arizona Tucson.
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