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what is the relationship between pressure and internal energy when gas has unit volume ?

Note by Alok Patel 3 years, 1 month ago

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Internal Energy=\(\frac{f}{2}nRT\)=\(\frac{f}{2}PV\)

For unit volume, Internal Energy=\(\frac{f}{2}P\)

where

f is degree of freedom of molecules

n is number of moles

R is gas constant

T is temperature

P is pressure

V is volume

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TopNewestInternal Energy=\(\frac{f}{2}nRT\)=\(\frac{f}{2}PV\)

For unit volume, Internal Energy=\(\frac{f}{2}P\)

where

f is degree of freedom of molecules

n is number of moles

R is gas constant

T is temperature

P is pressure

V is volume

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