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I have a simple question.

If we increase the pressure of a gas by decreasing its volume without heat exchange, does the temperature always change? Or does it depend how fast we change the pressure?

I tried to find the answer for this question, unfortunately I couldn’t.

Thanks for any help!

If we increase the pressure of a gas by decreasing its volume without heat exchange, does the temperature always change? Or does it depend how fast we change the pressure?

I tried to find the answer for this question, unfortunately I couldn’t.

Thanks for any help!

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