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In changing the state of a system from state A to state B adiabatically the work done on the system is 322 J. If 100 cal f heat are given to the system in bringing it from state A to state B, then what will be the work done on the system in this process?

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    100 Cal = 418.68 J.
    W =418.68 -322 =96.68 J

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