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3 November, 14:17

What is the name for temperature changes which involve no heat transfer?

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  1. 3 November, 14:35
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    The name for temperature changes which involve no heat transfer is Adiabatic. Adiabatic is a greek word, that means, "unable to cross". And it means change in temperature where no heat is transferred.

    Adiatic process in thermodynamics means, change in q=o, that is no heat is transferred.

    So the answer here is adiabatic that is The name for temperature changes which involve no heat transfer is Adiabatic.
  2. 3 November, 15:23
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    Adiabatic.

    In thermodynamic chemistry, an adiabatic process is defined as the process in which there is no transfer of heat and mass takes place between system and surroundings. The energy will transfer only in the form of work. The condition is expressed as q=0, which means no heat is transferred. It has various applications in the study of thermodynamics reactions.
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