A gas expands from pressure P1 to pressure P2(P2=P1/10). If the process of expansion is isothermal, the volume at the end of expansion is 0.55 m^3. If the process of expansion is adiabatic, what is the volume at the end of expansion?

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A gas expands from pressure P1 to pressure P2(P2=P1/10). If the process of expansion is isothermal, the volume at the end of expansion is 0.55 m^3. If the process of expansion is adiabatic, what is the volume at the end of expansion?

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    RE: If the process of expansion is adiabatic, what is the volume at the end of expansion?

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