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A monatomic ideal gas expands isothermally from {p1,V1,T1}\left\{p_1, V_1, T_1\right\} to {p2,V2,T1}\left\{p_2, V_2, T_1\right\}. Then it undergoes an isochoric process, which takes it from {p2,V2,T1}\left\{p_2, V_2, T_1\right\} to {p1,V2,T2}\left\{p_1, V_2, T_2\right\}. Finally the gas undergoes an isobaric compression, which takes it back to {p1,V1,T1}\left\{p_1, V_1, T_1\right\}. b) Write an expression for total QQ in terms of p1,p2,V1p_1, p_2, V_1, and V2V_2.

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The total heat flow of the gas equals the sum of heat flows for each process which we already solved in the previous problem. We will now solve this problem using those values and this sum:

Q=i=1nQiQ=\displaystyle\sum_{i=1}^n Q_{i}

Where n equals 33 because there were three processes with different heat flow values in our previous problem.

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