The heat capacity at constant volume of hydrogen sulfide at low pressures is shown below, where T is in "C. C_{v}\left[\frac{k J}{m o l-K}\right]=0.0252+1.547 * 10^{-5} \cdot T A quantity of H2S is kept in a piston-fitted cylinder with initial temperature, pressure, and volume equal to 25°C, 2.00 atm, and 3.0Q liters, respectively. Calculate the heat (kJ) required to raise the gas temperature from 25°C to 1000°C if the heating takes place at constant volume (i.e., if the piston does not move),

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