Given: m is the mass of taken CO2 (m = 1 kg); T0 – initial abs. temperature (T0 = 268 K); T – final abs. temperature of carbon dioxide (T = 400 K).
Const: MCO2 – molar mass of carbon dioxide (MCO2 = 44.01 * 10-3 kg / mol); R – universal gas constant (R = 8.31 J / (mol * K)).
We calculate the work done by the taken carbon dioxide using the formula: АСО2 = m * R * (T – T0) / МСО2.
Calculation: АСО2 = 1 * 8.31 * (400 – 268) / 44.01 ≈ 24.94 J.
Answer: The work done by the carbon dioxide taken is 24.94 J.
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