Stage III pressure of a gas is lower than the Stage I pressure.

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I have been trying to find out why, in an Adiabatic Expansion/Heat Capacity experiment, the Stage III pressure of a gas is lower than the Stage I pressure. I know it has to do with degrees of freedom and the type of molecule that makes up the gas, but I just don't understand why the difference is so specific for each gas.... PLEASE HELP!!!

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