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so the first law of thermodynamics implies that Therefore, (d) [5pt] How much heat is removed from the gas in the isobaric compression The heat removed from the gas is (e) [5pt] How much work was done by the entire cycle? For a cyclic process, with More complicated alternative: Therefore, , 3 (f) [5pt] If this cycle is operated as a heat engine, what is its efficiency? (g) [5pt] What is the maximum theoretical (Carnot) efficiency for this cycle, if it is operated
reversibly without wasting more heat than permitted by the laws of thermodynamics? Part 2. [1...
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