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The drawing shows an ideal gas confined to a cylinder by a massless piston that is attached to an ideal spring. Outside the cylinder is a vacuum. The cross-sectional area of the piston is /A/ = 2.50 × 10^-3 m^2. The initial pressure, volume, and temperature of the gas are, respectively, /P/[], /V/[] = 6.00 × 10^-4 m^3 and /T/[] = 273 K, and the spring is initially stretched by an amount /x/[] = 0.094 m with respect to its unstrained length. The gas is heated, so that its final pressure, volume, and temperature are /P/[f], /V/[f] and /T/[f] and the spring is stretched by an amount /x/[f] = 0.10 m with respect to its unstrained length. What is the final temperature of the gas? [IMG: pict_14_26.gif]

The drawing shows an ideal gas confined to a cylinder by a massless piston that is attached to an ideal spring. Outside the cylinder is a vacuum. The cross-sectional area of the piston is /A/ = 2.50 × 10^-3 m^2. The initial pressure, volume, and temperature of the gas are, respectively, /P/[], /V/[] = 6.00 × 10^-4 m^3 and /T/[] = 273 K, and the spring is initially stretched by an amount /x/[] = 0.094 m with respect to its unstrained length. The gas is heated, so that its final pressure, volume, and temperature are /P/[f], /V/[f] and /T/[f] and the spring is stretched by an amount /x/[f] = 0.10 m with respect to its unstrained length. What is the final temperature of the gas?

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