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internal energy of an ideal gas is a function of its temprature only, according to joule's law
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Why is the internal energy of an ideal gas is proportional to its temperature?

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What describes the behavior of an ideal gas?

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If 100 joules of heat are added to a gas in an isochoric process what is the change in its internal energy?

The change would be 100 joules, because an isochoric system can not perform the work.
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What is the change in the internal energy of the gas if 500 cal of heat are added to a gas and the gas expands doing 500J of work?

1. First, you want to convert cal to Joules (cal --> J). To do this, multiply the value of cal by 4.184 (1 cal = 4.184J) 500cal x 4.184J = 2092J ------------ 1 cal 2. Calcula (MORE)

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The internal resistance of an ideal ammeter?

0. An ammeter is placed in series with the circuit in question; if its' internal resistance is high, it will change the current flow, thus making the measurement meaningless. (MORE)

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The internal resistances of an ideal voltmeter and ideal ammeter are?

The internal resistance of an ideal voltmeter is infinity ohms. The internal resistance of an ideal ammeter is zero ohms. Since there are no ideal voltmeters or ammeters, we c (MORE)

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What kind of mass does the ideal gas have?

An ideal gas is assumed to have "point mass" - i.e. each molecule of gas occupies no intrinsic volume, thus the ideal gas is infinitely compressible since the molecules will n (MORE)