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What conditions are necessary for a heat engine to have an efficiency of 1.0?

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The efficiency of a heat engine os given by,

eff=1QcQheff=1\dfrac{Q_c}{Q_h}

eff=1energy removed as heatenergy added as heateff=1-\dfrac{\text{energy removed as heat}}{\text{energy added as heat}}

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