Adiabatic expansion is a process in which there is no heat lost or gained by the system.
When a fixed amount of ideal gas goes through an adiabatic expansion?
a. its temperature cannot change.
b. the gas does no work.
c. its pressure must increase.
d. no heat enters or leaves the gas.
e. its internal (thermal) energy does not change.
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