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    Question Integration: how to come to the known answer?

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    ln \frac{f}{p} = - \frac{1}{RT}  \int_{0}^{p}(\frac{RT}{p}-V)dp
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeChat View Post
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    ln \frac{f}{p} = - \frac{1}{RT} \int_{0}^{p}(\frac{RT}{p}-V)dp
    Can you explain this more clearly?

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