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Posted by jim on Friday, October 15, 2010 at 5:48pm.

If we apply 300 kJ of heat to 2500 moles of air at constant pressure, what is the change in internal energy?
Answer

a. 214 kJ.

b. 100 kJ.

c. 180 kJ.

d. 75 kJ.

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