Problem: Six moles of an ideal gas under a constant pressure of 3.00 x 10  4 Pa undergoes a process during which the work done on the gas is 900 J. If the initial temperature of the gas was 400°C, what is its temperature at the end of the process? (a) 382°C (b) 364°C (c) 430°C (d) 418°C (e) none of the above answers

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Six moles of an ideal gas under a constant pressure of 3.00 x 10  4 Pa undergoes a process during which the work done on the gas is 900 J. If the initial temperature of the gas was 400°C, what is its temperature at the end of the process?

(a) 382°C

(b) 364°C

(c) 430°C

(d) 418°C

(e) none of the above answers

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