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Definition of Diathermal
DiathermalDiathermal Di`a*ther"mal, a. [Gr. ? thoroughly warm; dia`
through + ? warm, hot. Cf. Diathermous.]
Freely permeable by radiant heat.
Meaning of Diathermal from wikipedia
to diathermy, e.g., diathermic therapy Diathermal
wall, in thermodynamics, allowing
(only) heat transfer...
- An oil is any nonpolar chemical substance
that is a viscous liquid
at ambient temperatures
and is both hydrophobic
(does not mix with water, literally...
- thermodynamics, a diathermal
two thermodynamic systems allows
but do not allow transfer
of matter across
it. The diathermal
wall is important...
that "... the zeroth
law may be stated: All diathermal walls
are equivalent." A diathermal
wall is a physical connection between
- "All heat is of the same kind". Another statement
of the law is "All diathermal walls
are equivalent". The law is important
for the mathematical
- Li'l Abner
is a 1956 musical
with a book by Norman Panama
by Gene De Paul, and lyrics
on the comic
- the relevant intensive variables
in the two bodies; for a diathermal
wall, this statement
is sometimes called
law of thermodynamics...
can be made permeable
(described as 'diathermal
') or impermeable
('adiabatic') to heat, and that, for thermodynamic
are three relevant kinds
of wall here: purely diathermal
, adiabatic, and permeable
to matter. If two of those kinds
of wall are...
- hand, according
to Carathéodory (1909), there
to be permeable
only to heat. For the definition...
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