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Why is isothermal process slow?

The isothermal process is slow because the temperature of the system must remain constant. To maintain a constant temperature, the heat transfer process must happen slowly and keep the temperature equal between itself and an outside reservoir. Heat pumps like those in an air conditioning system use an isothermal process.

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