One hundred pounds of water at atmospheric pressure are heated from 60F to 200F. What is the

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One hundred pounds of water at atmospheric pressure are heated from 60°F to 200°F. What is the enthalpy change? The internal energy change? Why is the difference between the internal energy change and the enthalpy change so small?
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Thermodynamics for Engineers

ISBN: ?978-1133112860

1st edition

Authors: Kenneth A. Kroos, Merle C. Potter

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