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Onemoleofanon-idealgasundergoesachange ofstate(2.0atm,3.0L,95K)→(4.0atm,5.0L,245 K)with achangein internalenergy,DU=30.0L atm.Thechangeinenthalpy(DH)oftheprocessinLatmis-

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  1. 44.0    
  2. 42.3    
  3. 40.0    
  4. notdefined,becausepressureisnotconstant    

    Answer:The correct answer is: 44.0

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