When An Ideal Diatomic Gas Is Heated At Constant Pressure Fraction Of The Heat Energy Supplied Which Increases The Internal Energy Of The Gas Is:

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When an ideal diatomic gas is heated at constant pressure fraction of the heat energy supplied which increases the internal energy of the gas is:


Correct option is


Heat used in increasing the internal energy is


Heat absorbed at constant pressure to increase the temperature by dT  is





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    respectively. The corresponding works involved are:  respectively. The value of W4 is:


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