Explain isolated system, Physics

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ISOLATED SYSTEM:

"When a number of bodies are like that they can exert force upon one another and no external agency exerts a force on them, they are said to form an isolated system".

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The molecules of a gas enclosed in a vessel at constant temperature form an isolated system of interacting bodies. The enclosed molecules collide with one another because of their random motion but no external force acts on them.

 


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