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Isothermal and adiabatic compression of water

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The fundamental law of thermodynamics is
begin{equation}
dE= TdS - P dV
end{equation}
Here $TdS$ is the heat that flows into the water in case of a small quasi static change of the thermodynamic variables, and $P dV$ is ...

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