Argon is a monatomic gas whose atomic mass is 39.9 u. The temperature of eight grams of argon is raised by 95 K under conditions of constant pressure. Assuming that argon behaves as an ideal gas, how much heat is required?

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  1. Q = mc ΔT
    HAve to look up specific heat of Argon

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