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By definition an ideal gas in a closed follows the relationship of PV=nRT, or PV/T = constant
This means that Pressure * Volume/ Temperature will be the same at the start and end of the process.
Assuming that we have a gas at a temperature of 300k (T1) in a piston initially at 1m3 (V1) which is then expanded at constant pressure (isobaric) to 2m3.(V2) What would be the final temperature?
As Pressure is the same at the start and end of the process, we can ignore the pressure terms, giving
Rearranging the equation to give a solution to T2
Thus filling in the terms we already know, gives