Adiabatic and Diathermic

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Kim Tran 1J
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Adiabatic and Diathermic

Postby Kim Tran 1J » Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:16 pm

Are there any situations in which we would need to apply adiabatic and diathermic? or are these just concepts we should know?

Camille Marangi 2E
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Re: Adiabatic and Diathermic

Postby Camille Marangi 2E » Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:55 am

Adiabatic just means there is no heat transfer in the reaction. So if the problem states that there is no heat transfer, then you know the system is adiabatic.


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