The internal energy of an ideal gas depends on?
Yes, hydrogen gas is an ideal gas. The ideal gas doesn't exist; it is only a theoretical concept. And generally ideals are only illusions.
What happens to the internal energy of an ideal gas when it is heated from 0 degrees celsius to 4 degrees celsius?
If it's not allowed to expand, then its internal energy increases by about 1.46% .
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