Confliction Between Phy And Chem
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    Confliction Between Phy And Chem

    how to solve the confusion which arises due to confliction between physics & chemistry (about sign conventions of thermodynamics)
    according to physics
    work done by system is +ve
    work done on the system is -ve
    according to chemistry
    work done by system -ve
    work on the system is +ve
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    You have to do the physics part of the paper according to physics and the chemistry part of the paper according to chemistry. Welcome to MCAT Punjab.
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