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The internal energy of an ideal gas is a function of

  1. temperature and pressure
  2. volume and pressure
  3. entropy and pressure
  4. temperature only
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For an Ideal Gas: u=f(T) and h=f(T). Where T is absolute temperature (Kelvin).

 

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