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While doing numericals of this chapter in which cases do we take value of "R"(proportionality constant) as 8.314 and 0.083???
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When you're dealing in energy, i.e. where formulae like Gibbs free energy, enthalpy, etc. are used; take R = 8.314 J/mol.K When using in formulae relating to pressure, volume etc, use R = 0.083 litre.atm/mol.K See the unit, and you'll figure out.

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