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ISBN: 9781111580704

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Chapter 1.7, Problem 29P
Textbook Problem

A balloon is inflated from a negligible initial volume to a final volume of 200 cm3. How much work is done by the balloon on the surroundings if the pressure opposing the expansion is

A. P = 1 bar

B. P = 0.5 bar

C. P = 0 bar

D. P = 3 bar

E. Can you think of locations where each of the “surroundings” pressures given in parts A–D would be realistic?

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