Question

Thermodynamic process are indicated in the following diagram.
Match the following:

Column - IColumn - II
P.Process Ia.Adiabatic
Q.Process IIb.Isobaric
R.Process IIIc.Isochoric
S.Process IVd.Isothermal

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A

P-d, Q- b, R-a, S-c

B

P-a, Q- c, R-d, S-b

C

P-c, Q- a, R-d, S-b

D

P-c, Q- d, R-b, S-a

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Correct option is C)

Path (I) constant volume isochoric
Path (II) adiabatic
Path (III) constant temperature Isothermal
Path (IV) constant pressure Β isobaricΒ Β 

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