The equation of state for a gas is given by $\;PV=nRT+ \alpha V\;$ ,where n is the number of moles and $\;\alpha\;$ is a positive constant . The initial temperature and pressure of one mole of the gas contained in a cylinder are $\;T_{0}\;$ and $\;P_{0}\;$ respectively . The work done by the gas when its temperature doubles isobarically will be : - Clay6.com, a Free resource for your JEE, AIPMT and Board Exam preparation

The equation of state for a gas is given by $\;PV=nRT+ \alpha V\;$ ,where n is the number of moles and $\;\alpha\;$ is a positive constant . The initial temperature and pressure of one mole of the gas contained in a cylinder are $\;T_{0}\;$ and $\;P_{0}\;$ respectively . The work done by the gas when its temperature doubles isobarically will be :