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Simple Ways of Expanding in thermodynamic processes

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Simple Ways of Expanding

Part A
What type of process does curve OA represent?
A) adiabatic
B) isobaric
C) isochoric
D) isothermal

Part B
What type of process does curve OC represent?
A) adiabatic
B) isobaric
C) isochoric
D) isothermal

Part C
The pressure of the system in state B is ________ the pressure of the system in state O.
A) greater than
B) less than
C) equal to

Part D
The work done by the system is ________.
A) greater than zero
B) less than zero
C) equal to zero

Part E
The temperature of the system in state B is ________ the temperature of the system in state O.
A) greater than
B) less than
C) equal to

Part F
The internal energy of the system in state B is ________ the internal energy of the system in state O.
A) greater than
B) less than
C) equal to

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Part A
What type of process does curve OA represent?
A) adiabatic
B) isobaric
C) isochoric
D) isothermal

Curve OA represents an isobaric process, since the pressure does not change during the process.

Part B
What type of process does curve ...

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