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Homework Help: Physics ideal gases

Posted by charlie on Saturday, January 3, 2009 at 4:24pm.

If 2 samples of nitrogen (different PVTs) are separated by a conductive barrier, they will eventually achieve equilibrium, I believe.

Am I right to assume that the final T and P at equilibrium in this case would be the SAME T and P if the barrier was highly insulated, then removed allowing equilibrium to happen.

Thanks

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