# Different Processes in Ideal Gas

## Different Processes in Ideal Gas

Isochoric Process: If the state of system changes in such a way that its volume remains constant, the process is called Isochoric Process.

Ideal Gas Equation: PV = nRT.

In case of Isochoric Process: V = Constant.

Hence, $$P=\left( \frac{nR}{V} \right)T$$ (or) P α T.

Different graphs for Isochoric Process:

Isobaric Process: If the state of a system changes in such a way that pressure remains constant, the process is called Isobaric Process.

Ideal Gas Equation: PV = nRT (or) $$V=\left( \frac{nR}{P} \right)T$$.

Here P = Constant. Hence, V α T.

Different graphs for Isobaric Process:

Isothermal Process: If the state of a system changes in such a way that temperature remains constant, the process is called as Isothermal Process.

Ideal Gas Equation: PV = nRT

Here, T = Constant

Hence, PV = Constant.

Different Graphs for Isothermal Process: