During An Adiabatic Process At Constant Pressure, The Temperature And Volume Of A Gas Are Found To Vary According To The Relation TV0.4 constant. The Gas Should Be:

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Question

During an adiabatic process at constant pressure, the temperature and volume of a gas are found to vary according to the relation TV0.4 constant. The gas should be:

Solution

Correct option is

Diatomic

 

 

 

According to problem, TV0.4 = constt.

 

i.e., Gas is diatomic.

Testing

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