Joules laws, Physics

Joule's laws (J.P. Joule)

Joule's first law

The heat Q generated while a current I pass through a resistance R for a particular time t is given by following

Q = I2 R t

Joule's second law

The internal energy of an ideal gas is independent of its volume & pressure, depending on its temperature only.

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