Answers (1)

The heat capacity of a substance tells us how much heat is required to raise a certain amount of the substance by one degree. For a gas we can define a molar heat capacity C - the heat required to increase the temperature of 1 mole of the gas by 1 K.

Q=n C \Delta T
The value of the heat capacity depends on whether the heat is added at constant volume, constant pressure, etc.
Heat Capacity at Constant Volume
\mathrm{Q}=\mathrm{n} \mathrm{C}_{\mathrm{V}} \Delta \mathrm{T}$
For an ideal gas, applying the First Law of Thermodynamics told us that:
Q=\frac{3}{2} n R \Delta T$


 

Preparation Products

JEE Main Rank Booster 2021

This course will help student to be better prepared and study in the right direction for JEE Main..

₹ 13999/- ₹ 9999/-
Buy Now
Knockout JEE Main April 2021 (Subscription)

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of JEE Main..

₹ 6999/- ₹ 5/-
Buy Now
Knockout BITSAT 2020

It is an exhaustive preparation module made exclusively for cracking BITSAT..

₹ 4999/- ₹ 1999/-
Buy Now
Knockout JEE Main April 2021

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of JEE Main..

₹ 22999/- ₹ 14999/-
Buy Now
Knockout JEE Main April 2022

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of JEE Main..

₹ 34999/- ₹ 24999/-
Buy Now
Exams
Articles
Questions