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There are heat capacities, they have certain properties when with the rate of change of temperature and pressure etc, i.e if J means Q in your physics context, or Energy in general, then J = C_v * dT
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ok but how do i rearrange the equations?
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and thanks for replying btw
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and J means 0 i believe
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