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accepted Does the volume of a thermodynamic system always have to change for it to do work?
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comment Does the volume of a thermodynamic system always have to change for it to do work?
John Rennie then can I say, "If a thermodynamic system consists of charges, and has an electric/magnetic field, then it is not necessary for the volume to change. But in the absence of charge, by the very definition of work (PdV), then yes, the volume MUST change."
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