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Students bounce a steel ball in a gas-filled tube.  The compressed gas provides a restoring force on the ball.  By measuring the distance of initial fall or the frequency of oscillation, the ratio of specific heats of several gases, Cp/Cv may be determined.
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Rinkel, Ruchhardt, degrees of freedom, heat, specific
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