As adjectives the difference between diabatic and isothermal
is that diabatic
is (physics|thermodynamics|of a process) that involves the gain or loss of heat (and thus a change in entropy) while isothermal
is of or pertaining to a process that takes place at constant temperature.
As a noun isothermal is
(geography) an isotherm.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(physics, thermodynamics, of a process) That involves the gain or loss of heat (and thus a change in entropy).
Of or pertaining to a process that takes place at constant temperature
Of or pertaining to an isotherm
* isothermal annealing
* isothermal atmosphere
* isothermal calorimiter
* isothermal chart
* isothermal compression
* isothermal equilibrium
* isothermal expansion
* isothermal flow
* isothermal layer
* isothermal magnetization
* isothermal parameterization
* isothermal remanent magnetization
* isothermal titration calorimiter
* isothermal transformation
* isothermal treatment
(geography) An isotherm