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A diesel engine takes in 0.5 moles of air at 20.0C and at atmospheric pressure. It then compresses it adiabatically to one twentieth of its original volume.

which means n = 0.5
T = 20
and Vfinal = V1/20

but where do I go from here?
can anyone help?

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  1.    Obtain the final temperature, pressure and volume of the compressed air?

    this is the actual question part:)

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