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In which thermodynamics process the temperature remains constant?

(a) Isobaric

(b) Isentropic

(c) Isothermal

(d) Isochoric

The question was posed to me during an internship interview.

My doubt stems from Single Variable Problems topic in portion Single Variable Problems of Finite Element Method

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The correct choice is (c) Isothermal

For explanation I would say: An Isobaric process takes place at constant pressure an Isentropic process takes place at constant entropy. An Isothermal process takes place at constant temperature whereas an isochoric process takes place at constant volume.

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