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## A thermodynamic system consists of an ideal gas at a volume of 3.50 L and initial pressure of 6.2 × 104 Pa. As the volume is held constant,

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A thermodynamic system consists of an ideal gas at a volume of 3.50 L and initial pressure of 6.2 × 104 Pa. As the volume is held constant, the pressure is increased to 8.2 × 104 Pa. What work is involved in this process?

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Answer:0 J

Explanation:Since work done W = PΔV where P = pressure and ΔV = change in volume.

Since the volume is constant, ΔV = 0

So, Work done, W = PΔV = P × 0 = 0 J

So, the work done is 0 J.