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# The volume of 1 kg of helium in a piston-cylinder device

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Problem 3P Problem 3P

The volume of 1 kg of helium in a piston-cylinder device is initially 5 m3. Now helium is compressed to 2 m3 while its pressure is maintained constant at 180 kPa. Determine the initial and final temperatures of helium as well as the work required to compress it, in kJ.

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Chapter 16: Acids and Bases I. 16.3: The Arrhenius Definition a. Acid i. Definition: substance which produces H ions in an aqueous solution ii. HA(aq)  H (aq) + A(aq) ­ b. Base i. Definition: substance which produces OH ions in an aqueous solution ii. BOH(aq)  B (aq) + OH(aq) ­ c. Neutralization: acids and bases combine in order to form water II. 16.3: Brønsted­Lowry Acid­Base Theory + a. Acid: proton donor (H ion) + b. Base: proton acceptor (H ion) c. Acids and bases will always be together in the acid­base reaction d. Amphoteric: substances that can behave as both acids or bases i. Example: H

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