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I need to give examples of an instance in which temperature remains constant when heat flows in and out of a system, isothermal by definition. I know the textbook example (slowly heating an ideal gas in a cylinder with a piston on one end, volume increases as pressure decreases, etc.), but are there any real examples, analogous to the adiabatic example of streching a rubber band quickly?
I just realized that melting and boiling fit the criteria, but this is a thermo question, so any additional help would be appreciated
I just realized that melting and boiling fit the criteria, but this is a thermo question, so any additional help would be appreciated