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first pressure then volume, first (second?) volume then pressure, and adiabatically.

Does first pressure then volume mean first pressure changes (decreases) and then volume changes (increases)?

How about showing some equations.

e.g. [itex]W_{1 \rightarrow 2} = \int_{V_1}^{V_2} p\, dV[/itex]

and for an adiabatic system [itex]pV^\gamma = const[/itex]

and what is the relationship between energy and work in the gas?

Does first pressure then volume mean first pressure changes (decreases) and then volume changes (increases)?

How about showing some equations.

e.g. [itex]W_{1 \rightarrow 2} = \int_{V_1}^{V_2} p\, dV[/itex]

and for an adiabatic system [itex]pV^\gamma = const[/itex]

and what is the relationship between energy and work in the gas?

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