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Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and definition of heat capacity 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Polytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity ...


Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Pol-ytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity (stars) 5 Theory of heat capacity ...


Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and definition of heat capacity 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Polytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity ...


Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and definition of heat capacity 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Polytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity ...


Heat transfer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... the heat flux and the thermodynamic driving force for the flow of heat. Heat flux is a qua-ntitative, vectorial representation of the heat flow through a surface. [ 3 ] In engineering contexts, the term heat is taken as synonymous to ...


History of heat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History of heat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia History of heat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search The history of heat has a prominent place in the history of science . It traces its origins to the first ...


Theory of heat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Theory of heat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Theory of heat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search In the history of science , the theory of heat or mechanical theory of heat was a theory, introduced in 1798 ...


Carnot heat engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Carnot heat engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Carnot heat engine From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Axial cross section of Carnot's heat engine. In this diagram, abcd is a cylindrical vessel, cd is ...


Heat capacity ratio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... demon Heat death paradox Loschmidt's paradox Synergetics Theories Caloric theory Theory of heat Vis viva ("living force") Mechanical equivalent of heat Motive power Key pub-lications " An Experimental Enquiry Concerning ... Heat " " On ...


Heat death paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Heat death paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Heat death paradox From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article needs additional citations for verification . Please help improve this article by adding ...


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