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Adiabatic Process The term 'Adiabatic Process' as it applies to the area of carbon dioxide can be defined as ' A thermodynamic change of state of a system such that no heat or mass is transferred across the boundaries of the system. In an adiabatic process, expansion always results in cooling, and compression in warming'.
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