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August 3, 2021 8:26 ampts 30 pts
A real gas has specific volume V at temperature T. lts coefficient of volume expansion dl isothermal compressibility are a and k,, respectively. Its molar specific heat at constant press C and molar specific heat at constant volume C, are related as [IT-JAM 2014] Tva C =C+ K (A) C = C + R (B) Tva (C) C.= C, + (D C, =C, KT
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  • Isha lohan thankyou
    This is the relation where beta is volume expansivity and kappa is isothermal compressibility. This relation is derived from the specific heat equations. If you need derivation I ...
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  • Avik dubey
    answer c
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    Bruce wayne
    provide a proper solution please
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