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Suppose a car, and everything inside it, is defined as the system. A car is not necessarily an open or closed system; it could be either, depending upon the specific process and circumstances under consideration. A. While a car is being driven with the windows rolled up, is the system open or closed? Which, if any, of these apply: isolated, isochoric, isothermal, isobaric, adiabatic? B. While a car is sitting in a garage, with no passengers inside, all windows rolled up and the engine not running, is the system open or closed? Which, if any, of these apply: isolated, isochoric, isothermal, isobaric, adiabatic? C. Describe a process (different from either A or B) in which the car can be considered a closed system. D. Describe a process (different from either A or B) in which the car can be considered an open system.

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Suppose a car, and everything inside it, is defined as the system. A car is not necessarily an open or closed system; it could be either, depending upon the specific process and circumstances under consideration.

  1. A. While a car is being driven with the windows rolled up, is the system open or closed? Which, if any, of these apply: isolated, isochoric, isothermal, isobaric, adiabatic?
  2. B. While a car is sitting in a garage, with no passengers inside, all windows rolled up and the engine not running, is the system open or closed? Which, if any, of these apply: isolated, isochoric, isothermal, isobaric, adiabatic?
  3. C. Describe a process (different from either A or B) in which the car can be considered a closed system.
  4. D. Describe a process (different from either A or B) in which the car can be considered an open system.

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