Question Solved1 Answer 5.30 g of nitrogen gas at 22.0 ∘C and an initial pressure of 2.30 atm undergo an isobaric expansion until the volume has tripled. A) How much heat energy is transferred to the gas to cause this expansion? B) The gas pressure is then decreased at constant volume until the original temperature is reached. What is the gas pressure after the decrease? C) What amount of heat energy is transferred from the gas as its pressure decreases?

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5.30 g of nitrogen gas at 22.0 ∘C and an initial pressure of 2.30 atm undergo an isobaric expansion until the volume has tripled.

A) How much heat energy is transferred to the gas to cause this expansion?

B) The gas pressure is then decreased at constant volume until the original temperature is reached. What is the gas pressure after the decrease?

C) What amount of heat energy is transferred from the gas as its pressure decreases?

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Givenm=5.38 Nitrogen gasT_(i)=22+273T_(1)=295K isobaric expansion untill VolumetrippleP_(i)=2.3 atm(a) number of mole n=(m)/(M)=(5.3)/(28)quad:'n=0.189heat given to isobaric procesQ_(p)=nc_(p)dT quadc_(p)=(1+(F)/(2))R:'Q_(p)=n(1+(F_(2))/(2))RdTF=5 for diatomic gasQ_(p)=(7)/(2)nRdT quad (1)now Let Volura - initial V{:[(P_(1)V_(1))/(T_(1))=(P_(2)V_(2))/(T_(2))],[(PV)/(T_(1))=(P(3(V)))/(T_(2))quad:'T_(2)=3T_(1)=3xx295],[:'T_(2)=885K]:}From(1) :'quad Qp=(7)/(2)xx0.189 xx8.31(885-295):'Qp=3248.17J" Ans "(b) Gas pressure d ... See the full answer