what is the example of a system and surrounding please explain the differnce btween the two
Asked by ABHILASHA | 26th Aug, 2019, 11:41: PM
In thermodynamics the system is referred to that part of the Universe in which observations are made.
The remaining portion of the Universe which is not part of a system constitutes the surrounding. It includes everything other than the system.
Universe = System + Surroundings
The wall (real or imaginary) which separates the system from the surroundings is called a boundary.
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Answered by Varsha | 27th Aug, 2019, 10:17: AM
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