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When a gas compresses or expands while no heat enters or leaves the system, the process is called ________________ A. exothermic process. B. thermal compression. C. an adiabatic process. D. thermal expansion
When a gas compresses or expands while no heat enters or leaves the system, the process is called an ADIABATIC PROCESS.
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When a gas compresses or expands while no heat enters or leaves the system, the process is called an ADIABATIC PROCESS.

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