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Take 3.00 mol of an ideal gas at Pi=25.0 bar, Vi=4.50L, and expand it isothermally. Calculate the work done in two different processes.
a. Reversible expansion at Pf=4.50 bar
b. Irreversible expansion at Pext=4.50 bar

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