Posted by **merissa** on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 8:20pm.

. Consider a non-ideal gas with the equation of state:

where b is a constant.

i) Derive expressions for: (P/T)V and (T/V)P

ii) For a constant temperature process involving this non-ideal gas, show that

(E/V)T=0

(HINT: Start with an expression for dE, and note that one of the Maxwell relations:

(P/T)V = (S/V)T might be helpful).

iii) What does (E/V)T mean physically, and explain WHY this gas exhibits this special property.

iv) What is (E/V)T for an ideal gas

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