## isochoric

isochoric/isometric: $\Delta V = 0$
isothermal: $\Delta T = 0$
isobaric: $\Delta P = 0$

Sophia Dinh 1D
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### isochoric

what is the difference between isochoric and isometric?

Jessica Castellanos
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### Re: isochoric

Based on just definitions, isochoric means constant volume while isometric is having equal dimensions. I hope this helps.

Alice Ma 2K
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### Re: isochoric

Isochoric means to have constant volume while isometric means having the same dimensions.

Aarushi Solanki 4F
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### Re: isochoric

Isochoric indicates a constant volume and isometric indicates equal dimensions.

SVajragiri_1C
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### Re: isochoric

Isochoric means constant volume throughout the process, where isometric means the measurements and dimensions stay constant throughout the process.

Kiana Tashakori 1D
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### Re: isochoric

Isochoric involves constant volumes while isometric just means the dimensions/measurements are constant.

Bai Rong Lin 2K
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### Re: isochoric

isochoric is constant volume whereas isometric is having equal dimensions.

Gicelle Rubin 1E
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### Re: isochoric

Sophia Dinh 1D wrote:what is the difference between isochoric and isometric?

Isochoric: value of volume is constant

Isometric: measurements are constant

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Jerry_T
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### Re: isochoric

Their defintions are different but they can be used interchangeably.

Samantha Lee 1A
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### Re: isochoric

Isochoric means to have constant volume throughout the entire process (v= 0). For an isochoric reaction, delta U = qv.
An isometric reaction means having the same dimensions.

Dominic Benna 2E
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### Re: isochoric

The difference between isochoric and isometric is in their definition. Isochoric means there is no change in volume or that it has a constant volume. Isometric, on the other hand means that it has the same dimensions. I believe both terms can be used interchangeably.