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Which one of the following SI units (labels) could properly describe the product of pressure and volume?

A. newton (N)

B. joule (J)

C. watt (W)

D. horsepower $(h p)$

Solution

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It is known that the work of gas in the isobaric process is equal to the product of pressure and volume change.

$\begin{aligned} W=p \cdot \Delta V \end{aligned}$

The unit in the SI system that corresponds to the work performed is Jules $[J]$. Therefore, the SI unit that correctly describes the product of pressure and volume is Jules.

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