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54. (a) We use Eq. 1954 with
1
2
/
fi
VV
=
for the gas (assumed to obey the ideal gas law).
1.3
(2.00)
f
i
ii
f f
if
p
V
pV
p V
γ
γγ
§·
=
¡
==
¨¸
©¹
which yields
p
f
= (2.46)(1.0 atm) = 2.46 atm.
(b) Similarly, Eq. 1956 leads to
()
1
273K 1.23
336K.
i
f
V
TT
V
−
=
(c) We use the gas law in ratio form (see Sample Problem 191) and note that when
p
1
=
p
2
then the ratio of volumes is equal to the ratio of (absolute) temperatures. Consequently,
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