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2014-05-30T16:41:12+05:30

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According to joule Thomson effect, inversion temperature of gases is the critical temperature below which a non ideal gas experiences a decrease in temperature while expanding at constant enthalpy. Above the inversion temperature, it experiences an increase in temperature while expanding.
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2014-05-30T17:19:07+05:30
The inversion temperature in thermodynamics is the critical temperature below which a non-ideal gas that is expanding at constant enthalphy will experience a temperature decrease and above which will experience a temperature increase.The temperature change is also called Joule-Thomson effect
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