Work done for a non-flow irreversible process= Integration of pdV along the path The above statement is-

Options :
  1. True
  2. False. It should be integration of -Vdp along the path
  3. True. Work done for a non-flow process is given by integration of pdV along the path
  4. False.
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 4


For any irreversible process, whether in a flow or no-flow process, we can never define a path. So, there is no question of an integration being performed for any term along the path.

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