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Explain the term a) Adiabatic change b) Isothermal change?

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An isothermal process can be defined as a process which is taking place at a constant temperature. It means ∆T = 0, for these type of process, where ∆T indicates the change in temperature.

 

An adiabatic process can be defined as a process in which there is no heat transfer. It means ∆q = 0, for these type of process, where ∆q indicates heat change.

answered 4 years ago by anonymous

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