**Adiabatic Gas Constant - CCRMA**
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where is the specific heat (also called heat capacity) at constant pressure, while is the specific heat at constant volume. The specific heat, in turn, is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of the gas by one degree.It is derived in statistical thermodynamics [] that, for an ideal gas, we have , where is the ideal gas constant (introduced in Eq.

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