Here are some questions which can easily explain all the basics of the first law of thermodynamics:
The total energy supplied to the system is spent partially in increasing internal energy of the system & the rest of the energy is spent in doing work on the surrounding.
ΔW = work done on the surrounding.
Here Internal Energy is a state function. Hence it is perfect differential, while Heat & Work are path function, hence these are not perfect differential.
See Also :
Thermodynamics first law holds for the law of Conservation of Energy?
Significance of First law of Thermodynamics?
“Perpetual motion machine of the first kind is impossible “.
- Isothermal Process & Isothermal equation of perfect gas.
- The equation of state(Relation between P, V & T)
- Thermodynamic Process
- Thermal equilibrium & Zeroth’s law
- Thermodynamics & thermodynamic systems
- Joule-Thomson Expansion: Porous Plug Experiment
- Specific Heat of Gas (Relation b/w Cp & Cv)
- Heat Engine & It’s Components
- Heat, Internal Energy & Work – Thermodynamics
- Joule’s Law for a Perfect Gas
- Vanderwall’s Gas in Joule Thomson Expansion-Thermodynamics
- Thermal Equilibrium & Zeroth’s law of thermodynamics