Siddharth srivastava Asked a Question
November 10, 2020 1:58 pmpts 30 pts
why ∆E=0 , in isothermal expansion as I know that ∆T = 0 ,but why ∆E is zero? explain
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  • Siddharth srivastava
    then it shoulde be like ∆E = ∆H , but what is the effect of temperature on change in internal energy?
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    Priyanshu kumar
    internal energy is a function of temperature
  • Priyanshu kumar
    In isothermal process ,temperature is constant...and temperature is directly related to internal energy...so change in internal energy is also constant...
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    Priyanshu kumar
    please ask if any doubt
  • Dinesh khalmaniya thankyou
    In an Isothermal process the temperature is constant. Hence, the internal energy is constant, and the net change in internal energy is ZERO. Since the temperature outside the flask...
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