Posted by **niki** on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 7:21pm.

An ideal monatomic gas initially has a temperature of 338 K and a pressure of 6.96 atm. It is to expand from volume 435 cm3 to volume 1310 cm3. If the expansion is isothermal, what are (a) the final pressure (in atm) and (b) the work done by the gas? If, instead, the expansion is adiabatic, what are (c) the final pressure (in atm) and (d) the work done by the gas?

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