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Equal amount of heat is given to one mole of a gas separately at constant pressure, and at constant volume then, the temperature of the gas will become:
* more at constant pressure than at constant volume.
* More at constant volume then at constant pressure
*Equally in both conditions
Which is the correct option?
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Equal amount of heat is given to one mole of a gas separately at constant pressure, and at constant volume then, the temperature of the gas will become: * more at constant pressure than at constant volume. * More at constant volume then at constant pressure *Equally in both conditions Which is the correct option?
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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C. PV=nRT Varying volume or pressure will affect the gas equally.
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