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Cp is the heat capacity at constant pressure. Cv is the heat capacity at constant volume. According to PV = nRT, if temperature is changing, that means one other variable also has to change and this could be number of moles, pressure, or volume. It is important to know which ones are constant when calculating heat capacity.
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