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Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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A rigid container holds of hydrogen gas. How much heat is needed to change the temperature of the gas

a.From to

b.From to

c.From to

The heat change in temperature of gas from,

to is

to is

F to is

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Step by Step Solution

Step: 1  Temperature changes from  to :

If the temperature changes by ,then the thermal energy for diatomic gas changes by equation in the form

Knowing the mass and the molar mass , we can get the number of moles by

This thermal energy converts to heat..The temperature change from to . In this range, . So, the heat in equation will be

Step: 2  Temperature changes from  to :

The temperature changes from to .In this range,.so,the heat equation will be

Step: 3  Temperature changes from  to :

The temperature changes from to .In this range,.so,the heat equation will be

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