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A reaction that takes place under constant temperature is an isothermal process. True False I think that it is true, except that an isobaric process also takes place at a constant temperature. I think that an isothermal process is a change in system where the temperature is constant. What do you think?

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  1. anonymous
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    Definitely true.

  2. anonymous
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    Are you sure? Please explain.

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