Posted by **Emilea** on Monday, April 8, 2013 at 1:55pm.

An ideal monatomic gas expands isobarically from state A to state B. It is then compressed isothermally from state B to state C and finally cooled at constant volume until it returns to its initial state A. How much work is done on the gas in going from B to C?

Va=4x10^-3

Vb=8x10^-3

Pa=Pb=1x10^6

Pc=2x10^6

Ta=600K

Tb=1200K (determined in a previous question)

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