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Solution: Oxygen gas at 34.5°C is compressed from 45.7 L to 34.5 L against a constant pressure of 0.987 atm. If the oxygen gas is defined as the system, how much work is done (in J) on the system? (1 L atm = 10

Problem

Oxygen gas at 34.5°C is compressed from 45.7 L to 34.5 L against a constant pressure of 0.987 atm. If the oxygen gas is defined as the system, how much work is done (in J) on the system? (1 L atm = 101.3 J)

A. 1.12 × 10J

B. −1.11 × 101 J

C. 1.11 × 101 J

D. −4.55 × 103 J

E. −1.12 × 103 J