THERMODYNAMIC

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THERMODYNAMIC

A branch of science that deals with inter conservation of Heat Energy and Kinetic

Energy is known as “THERMODYNAMIC”.

 

THERMODYNAMIC TERMS

 

1. System:

A real or imaginary part of universe which is under observation or consideration is known as system.

TYPE OF SYSTEM

 

1. Open System:

A system in which both mass and energy can be transferred inside or out side the system is called “OPEN SYSTEM”

 

2. Closed System:

A system in which only energy can be transferred inside or outside the system but mass remains constant is called “CLOSED SYSTEM”

 

3. Isolated System:

A system in which both mass and energy cannot be transferred inside or outside the system is known as “ISOLATED SYSTEM” Universe is an example of isolated system.

 

2. Surroundings:

The remaining part of universe other than a system can be termed as surroundings of the system. Surroundings must be effective on the system.

 

3. Boundary:

A real or imaginary line that separates a system from its surroundings is called “BOUNDARY”.

4. State:

The description of properties of a system like pressure, temperature, moles, etc is known as “STATE OFTHE SYSTEM”.

 

5. Change of:

If any of these properties is changed then we can say that system is changing its state from initial to final state.

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