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8.31 Wh (watthours) heat is transmitted to 1 mole single atomic ideal gas. The gas temperature is 27°C and the pressure is constant during the process (slow process). What is the temperature? What is the change of the internal energy of the gas? What is the work done during the gas is surrounding?

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