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GR0877 Problem 79

PROBLEM STATEMENT: This problem is still being typed.

SOLUTION: (D) \displaystyle P = \frac{RT}{V-b} - \frac{a}{V^2}, \displaystyle A = R T_0 \int_{V_1}^{V_2} \frac{dV}{V-b} - a \int_{V_1}^{V_2} \frac{dV}{V^2} = RT_0 \ln\left(\frac{V_2-b}{V_1-b}\right) + a \left( \frac{1}{V_2} - \frac{1}{V_1} \right).

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  1. 30.10.2011 at 23:28

    Hey dude,
    I think A should actually be W on your second line.
    -some guy

  2. T-rav
    24.10.2016 at 15:17

    This can also be done quickly with limiting cases. A, B, and C are out because we expect the work to depend on constants a and b. E is out because for constants a and b going to 0 we must achieve the ideal gas relation.

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