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  2. Sir, why change in volume is l times delta s?
    2 years ago by Navneeth
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    Here when the pistons displace by l, at the side of large piston volume increases by S1(l) and at the side of smaller piston volume reduces by S2(l) so change in volume (total expansion) willb e (l) x (S1 - S2)
    2 years ago by Physics Galaxy
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