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**When the gas is in state 1, its temperature is T1. Find the temperature T3 of the gas when it is in state 3. (Keep in mind that this is an ideal gas.)**

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1.9PoVo

2.W23 = 0

3.-3 * p0 * V_0

4.0

5 = W = 6PoVo

6. T3 = 4 / 3T1

Explanation:

Integrated Work in Plane pV

The diagram shows the ideal gas pressure and volume during one cycle of an engine. As the gas passes from state 1 to state 2, it is heated at constant pressure. It is then cooled at a constant volume, until it reaches state 3. The gas is then cooled at constant pressure to state 4. Finally, the gas is heated at a constant volume until it returns to state 1.

The questions should be preceded by the introduction above:

1.Find w12, the work performed on the gas as it expands from state 1 to state 2.

Express the work done in terms of Po and Vo

= W = PdV

3Po (4vo-1v0)

9 * Po * Vo

2.Find W23, the work performed on the gas while cooling from state 2 to state 3.

Express your answer in terms of Po and Vo.

The size of W23 = 0 becuase is constant, so no work is done

C) Find W34, the work performed on the gas when compressed from state 3 to state 4.

Express your answer in terms of Po and Vo =

-3 * p0 * V_0

D) Find W41, the work done on heating the gas from state 4 to state 1.

Express your answer in terms of Po and Vo

Volume W = 0 is constant

E) What is Wnet, the total work done on gas in a single cycle?

Express your answer in terms of Po and Vo.

W = 6PoVo

A. When the gas is in state 1, its temperature is T1. Find the temperature T3 of the gas when it is in state 3. (Keep in mind that this is an ideal gas.)

Express T3 in terms of T1.

T3 = 4 / 3T1

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