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## < 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using pressure)
final temp.=initial temp.*(Final Pressure of System/Initial Pressure of System)^(1-1/(Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume)) GO
Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using volume)
final temp.=initial temp.*(Final Volume of System/Initial Volume of System)^(1-Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume) GO
Entropy change (Isochoric Process) (With given temperatures)
Entropy change constant volume=Mass of Gas*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume*ln(final temp./initial temp.) GO
Molal Boiling Point Elevation Constant when Ideal Gas Constant is Given
Molal Boiling Point Elevation Constant=(Universal Gas Constant*(Boiling Point of Solvent)^2*Molecular Weight)/(1000) GO
Heat Transfer at Constant Pressure
Heat Transfer=Mass of Gas*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(final temp.-initial temp.) GO
By Pass Factor
by pass factor=(intermediate temperature-final temp.)/ (intermediate temperature-initial temp.) GO
Density of Gas when pressure and temperature of gas are given
Density of Gas=Pressure of Gas/(Universal Gas Constant*Temperature of Gas) GO
Temperature After a Given Time
Temperature=s temp.+(s temp.-initial temp.)*e^(-temp. constant*Time) GO
Density of Gas when volume and amount of gaseous substance are given
Density of Gas=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles/Volume of Gas GO
Carnot Cycle of Heat Engine
carnot cycle =1-(initial temp./final temp.) GO
Otto Cycle Efficiency
OTE=1-(initial temp./final temp.) GO

## < 2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Isobaric work
Isobaric work=Absolute Pressure*(Final Pressure of System-Initial Pressure of System) GO
Isobaric Work (for given pressure and volumes)
Isobaric work=Absolute Pressure*(Final Volume of System-Initial Volume of System) GO

### Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) Formula

Isobaric work=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles*Universal Gas Constant*(final temp.-initial temp.)
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Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure GO
Heat Transfer at Constant Pressure GO
Entropy change (Isochoric Process) (With given temperatures) GO
Entropy change (Isochoric Process) (With given pressures) GO
Isobaric Work (for given pressure and volumes) GO
Entropy change (Isobaric Process) (With given temperatures) GO
Entropy change (Isobaric Process) (With given volumes) GO
Entropy change (Isothermal Process) (With given volumes) GO
Work done in adiabatic process GO
Mass Flow Rate in a Steady Flow GO

## What is Isobaric work?

Isobaric work is the energy transferred to or from an object via the application of force along with a displacement for a system whose pressure is constant. The heat transferred to such a system does the work but also changes the internal energy of the system. Positive work adds energy to a system. Negative work removes or dissipates energy from the system.

## How to Calculate Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures)?

Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) calculator uses Isobaric work=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles*Universal Gas Constant*(final temp.-initial temp.) to calculate the Isobaric work, Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) = mass of gas * R *(final temperature - initial temperature) Where R is the Universal Gas Constant. Isobaric work and is denoted by Wb symbol.

How to calculate Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures), enter Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles (M), Universal Gas Constant (R), initial temp. (T0) and final temp. (Tf) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = 50*8.314*(100-100).

### FAQ

What is Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures)?
Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) = mass of gas * R *(final temperature - initial temperature) Where R is the Universal Gas Constant and is represented as Wb=M*R*(Tf-T0) or Isobaric work=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles*Universal Gas Constant*(final temp.-initial temp.). Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles is the amount of gaseous substance present in moles, Universal Gas Constant is a physical constant that appears in an equation defining the behavior of a gas under theoretically ideal conditions. Its unit is joule*kelvin−1*mole−1, initial temp. is temperature at start of the task and final temp. of a body is the temperature after complete process.
How to calculate Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures)?
Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures) = mass of gas * R *(final temperature - initial temperature) Where R is the Universal Gas Constant is calculated using Isobaric work=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles*Universal Gas Constant*(final temp.-initial temp.). To calculate Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures), you need Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles (M), Universal Gas Constant (R), initial temp. (T0) and final temp. (Tf). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles, Universal Gas Constant, initial temp and final temp and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Isobaric work?
In this formula, Isobaric work uses Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles, Universal Gas Constant, initial temp and final temp. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Isobaric work=Absolute Pressure*(Final Pressure of System-Initial Pressure of System)
• Isobaric work=Absolute Pressure*(Final Volume of System-Initial Volume of System) Let Others Know