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A system consists of 3.2 mol of the monatomic gas neon (which may be treated as
an ideal gas). Initially the system has a temperature of 290 K and a volume of 1.2 m3. Heat is
added to this system at constant pressure until the volume triples, then more heat is added at
constant volume until the pressure doubles. Find the total heat added to the system.

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