PhysicsOne mole of an ideal gas undergoes an isothermal change at temperature ‘T’ so that its volume v is doubled. R is the molar gas constant. Work done by the gas during this change is

One mole of an ideal gas undergoes an isothermal change at temperature 'T' so that its volume v is doubled. R is the molar gas constant. Work done by the gas during this change is

  1. A

    RT ln 4

  2. B

    RT ln 2

  3. C

    RT ln 1

  4. D

    RT ln 3

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    Solution:

    n=1 mole ;V1=V,V2=2Vw=nRTlogeV2V1=(RT)loge2VV=RTloge2

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