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Thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thermodynamics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Annotated color version of the original 1824 Carnot heat engine showing the hot body (boiler), working body ...


Critical point (thermodynamics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and gas phase coexist 2. Critical point (32.17 °C, 48.72 bar), opalescence 3. Super-critical ethane , fluid [ 1 ] In thermodynamics , a critical point (or critical state ) is the end point of a phase equilibrium curve. The most prominent ...


Chemical thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Chemical thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chemical thermodynamics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Chemical thermody-namics is the study of the interrelation of heat and work with chemical ...


Timeline of thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Timeline of thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Timeline of thermodyna-mics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article does not cite any references or sources . Please help improve this ...


Work (thermodynamics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search For other uses of "Work" in physics, see Work (physics) and Work (electrical) . Thermodynamics The classical Carnot heat engine Branches Classical Statistical Chemical Equilibrium  / Non-equilibri ...


Volume (thermodynamics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... to: navigation , search For the general geometric concept, see volume . Volume (ther-modynamics) Common symbols V SI unit m 3 Thermodynamics The classical Carnot heat engine Branches Classical Statistical Chemical Equilibrium  / Non-equili ...


History of thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History of thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia History of thermodynamics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search The 1698 Savery En-gine – the world's first commercially-useful steam engine : ...


Non-equilibrium thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... adiationless non-equilibrium thermodynamics of matter in laboratory conditions 1.2 Local equilibrium thermodynamics 1.2.1 Local equilibrium thermodynamics with materials with "memory" 1.3 Extended irreversible thermodynamics 2 Basic ...


Category:Thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... ‎ (1 C, 37 P) D ► Dimensionless numbers of thermodynamics ‎ (21 P) E ► Ener-getics ‎ (2 P) ► Engineering thermodynamics ‎ (6 C, 38 P) H ► Heat conduction ‎ (24 P) H cont. ► History of thermodynamics ‎ (12 P) L ► Laws ...


Equilibrium thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Equilibrium thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Equilibrium thermodyna-mics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Thermodynamics The classical Carnot heat engine Branches Classical Statistical ...


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