Car·not's law | \ (ˈ)kär¦nōz- \
Definition of Carnot's law
: a statement in physics: the specific heat of a gas at constant pressure minus the specific heat at constant volume multiplied by the mechanical equivalent of heat equals the gas constant for the gas in question
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