Also the decimal expansion of Cv(3), the molar specific heat of a triatomic gas at constant volume.
The molar specific heat of an n-atomic gas at constant pressure and volume can be calculated respectively with the following formulae:
- Cv(n) = (n + 1/2) R;
- Cp(n) = (n + 3/2) R;
Where R = Cp(n) - Cv(n) = Cp(n) - Cp(n-1) = A081822 is IUPAC's value of the gas constant.
Table of n, a(n) for n=2..10.
Cp(2) = (2 + 3/2) * R = 7/2 * A081822.
Cp(2) = Cp(1) + R = Cv(2) + R = A272002 + A081822.
Cp(2) = 29.1006093 J mol^-1 K^-1.
Cf. A081822, A272001, A272002.
Sequence in context: A133768 A085333 A248853 * A128892 A187556 A198103
Adjacent sequences: A272000 A272001 A272002 * A272004 A272005 A272006
Natan Arie Consigli, Jul 06 2016