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what is the difference between constant and zero? and can you give the derivation of adiabatic , isochloric , and isothermal? what is isotherm?

what is the difference between constant and zero? and can you give the derivation of  adiabatic , isochloric , and isothermal? what is isotherm?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
Definition of isotherm.......a line on a chart representing changes of volume or pressure under conditions of constant temperature

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