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Our story begins, as so many thermodynamic tales tend to do, with manipulating a piston containing a certain amount of gas. The gas is of course made of a number of jiggling particles (atoms and molecules). All of those jiggling particles contain energy, and we call the total amount of that energy the internal energy U of the gas. Let’s imagine the whole thing is embedded in an environment (a “heat bath”) at temperature T . That means that the gas inside the piston starts at temperature T , and after we manipulate it a bit and let it settle down, it will relax back to T by exchanging heat with the environment as necessary.

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