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### 10_1425_web_Lec_34_GasProcessesHeatTransport

Course: PHYSICS 1425, Spring 2010
School: UVA
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Processes Gas and Heat Transport Physics 1425 Lecture 34 Michael Fowler, UVa The First Law of Thermodynamics A closed system has a total internal energy Eint. This energy can be changed in two different ways: A. The system can do work W, or have work done on it, -W. B. Heat Q can flow into the system, or -Q flow out. The First Law is just total energy conservation: Eint = Q W Change in internal energy =...

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