Give some examples differentiating between isothermal and adiabatuc process.

Asked by syedafraa02 | 1st Feb, 2019, 02:08: AM

Expert Answer:

1.

In an isothermal process, temperature of the system remains constant.

In an adiabatic process, temperature of the system changes.

2.

In this process, the system exchanges heat with the surroundings.

In this process, the system does not exchange heat with the surroundings.

3.

Total internal energy of the system remains constant (DE = 0).

Total internal energy DE of the system changes.

4.

Total heat content of the system changes (DH = 0).

Total heat content of the system remains constant (DH = 0).

5.

In this process, the system is not thermally isolated.

In this process, the system is thermally isolated.

6.

This process can be made reversible.

This process cannot be made reversible.

7.

In this process, Q = W as DE = 0.

In this process, W = (-) DE as DQ = 0

Answered by Science Mate | 1st Feb, 2019, 02:46: AM

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