Thus, ” Specific heat of the material is quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of unit mass by 1°C or 1°K. “
(i) Work done in Isothermal Process
(ii) Slope of Adiabatic Curve is more steeper than Isothermal.
As a gas is compressible, then there is a rise in temperature without supplying any heat to the gas, then,
(ii) Adiabatic Process & its equation
(iii) Isothermal process & its equation
(ii) Specific Heat at Constant Pressure :
The unit of Specific Heat in C. G. S system is cal/gm/°C.
|Fig. Isothermals AB & CD|
Now, From Ideal gas equation:
Here, Cp – Cv = R is required relation.