Question Solved1 Answer 12. A 6 mol of an ideal monatomic gas has a volume of V = 3 my. The temperature of the gas is raised by 50 K but the volume of the gas remained constant. Compute (a) (1 mark) the work W done by the gas, (b) (2 marks) the energy transferred as heat Q, (c) (2 marks) the change AEint in the internal energy of the gas, and

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Transcribed Image Text: 12. A 6 mol of an ideal monatomic gas has a volume of V = 3 my. The temperature of the gas is raised by 50 K but the volume of the gas remained constant. Compute (a) (1 mark) the work W done by the gas, (b) (2 marks) the energy transferred as heat Q, (c) (2 marks) the change AEint in the internal energy of the gas, and
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Transcribed Image Text: 12. A 6 mol of an ideal monatomic gas has a volume of V = 3 my. The temperature of the gas is raised by 50 K but the volume of the gas remained constant. Compute (a) (1 mark) the work W done by the gas, (b) (2 marks) the energy transferred as heat Q, (c) (2 marks) the change AEint in the internal energy of the gas, and
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a) quad W=P Delta V quad-quad Delta V=0 as V= const.So, W=0b) Q=nC_(V)Delta T;n=6 moles, C=(3)/(2)R;Delta T=50KSo, Q=6xx ... See the full answer