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No partial credit for unsubstantiated answers! QUIZ #1 — 20 minutes Jan 31. 2011 Name: 90 I f ‘L A cylinder with a movable piston is filled with an ideal gas. lnitially, the gas occupies a volume
V. = 1.0 L, is at pressure P1 = 1 atm, and at a temperature T1 = 25°C. The piston is suddenly
exposed to and external pressure of 2 atm. which causes the gas to eventually reach a
pressure P2 of 2 atm inside the cylinder. At that point. the votume of gas is measured to be V2
= 0.61 L. A few moments later. the piston is instantaneousiy released against an external
pressure of 1 atm and the gas is allowed to reach a ﬁnal pressure P3 = 1 atm and a final temperature T3 = 25°C. You are given that R = 8.314 J mol'1 K" = 0.0821 L atm mol'1 K".
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