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Solution: A constant amount of ideal gas undergoes an isochoric process, and as a result, its change in internal energy is –100J. What could be the heat added to the system (Q) and the work done by the system (W) in this process? A. Q = -50 J, W = 50 J B. Q = -100 J, W = 0 C. Q = -100 J, W = 200 J D. Q = 100 J, W = 0

Problem

A constant amount of ideal gas undergoes an isochoric process, and as a result, its change in internal energy is –100J. What could be the heat added to the system (Q) and the work done by the system (W) in this process?

A. Q = -50 J, W = 50 J

B. Q = -100 J, W = 0

C. Q = -100 J, W = 200 J

D. Q = 100 J, W = 0