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What is isochore , isobar and isotherm?​

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Answered by MsInnocent
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Isotherm is referred to as a P-V curve at constant temperature, i.e. Boyle's law. Isochore is referred to as a P-T curve at constant volume, i.e. Gay Lussac's law. Isobar is referred to as a V-T curve at constant pressure , i.e. Charle's law.

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