Isobaric expansion is a thermal process, which occurs at constant pressure.
When a fixed amount of ideal gas goes through an isobaric expansion
(a) the gas does no work.
(b) no heat enters or leaves the gas.
(c) its internal (thermal) energy does not change.
(d) its temperature must increase.
(e) its pressure must increase.
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