Problem: A gas with initial state variables P1,V1 , and T1 expands isothermally until V2 = 2V1.(a) What is T2 in terms of T2/T1?(b) What is P2 in terms of P2/P1?

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For an isothermal process:

P1V1=P2V2

(a)

For an isothermal process, T2 = T1 = T

T2/T1 = T/T = 1

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A gas with initial state variables P1,V, and T1 expands isothermally until V2 = 2V1.

(a) What is T2 in terms of T2/T1?

(b) What is P2 in terms of P2/P1?

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