The internal energy of an ideal gas depends on?

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internal energy of an ideal gas is a function of its temprature only, according to joule's law
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What is an ideal gas?

A substance whose molecules do not take up space or interact with one another. PV = nRT The Ideal Gas Law is the chemistry law that combines the other gas laws (Charles's La

Why is the internal energy of an ideal gas is proportional to its temperature?

To prove this, we will have to use 3 equations, 2 of them related to ideal gases: (i) pV = nRT (ii) p = 1/3 d (iii) Ek = 1/2 mv 2 First of all, an ideal gas has no intermo

In Adiabatic process how the ideal gases increases it's internal energy?

The first law of thermodynamics states that: DU = DQ + DW where DU is the increase in the internal energy of the gas DQ is the heat supplied to the system and DW is the work

Why you not encounter the gravitational potential energy for the internal energy of the gas?

Potential energy and internal energy are different things and unrelated - except when a process converts one to the other. In most processes involving gases, the density of th

Does internal energy of system depends upon volume?

Internal energy is an extensive state function. That means it depends on how much of a substance you have but if you fix the composition, pressure, temperature, volume, and (i