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The entropy change S for an ideal gas is given by: S = # T2 T1 Cv dT T − R # V2 V1 dV V where T is the

thermodynamic temperature, V is the volume and R =8.314. Determine the entropy change when a gas expands from 1litre to 3litres for a temperature rise from 100K to 400K given that: Cv = 45 + 6 × 10−3T + 8 × 10−6T 2

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