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- surroundings may include other thermodynamic systems, or physical systems that are not thermodynamic systems. A wall of a thermodynamic system may be purely notional...
- existence of a quantity called entropy, that describes the direction, thermodynamically, that a system can evolve and quantifies the state of order of a system...
- system thermodynamically unchanged. In general, a strong external force field makes a system of a single phase in its own internal thermodynamic equilibrium...
- wherein latent heat is liberated as a crystal lattice changes to a more thermodynamically favorable, compact one. The above complexities make for rather ****bersome...
- kinds of thermodynamic process by change in a system, cycles in a system, and flow processes. Defined by change in the system, a thermodynamic process...
- said to be more thermodynamically stable than state B if the Gibbs free energy of the change from A to B is positive. Thermodynamic stability applies...
- The thermodynamic square (also known as the thermodynamic wheel, Guggenheim scheme or Born square) is a mnemonic diagram attributed to Max Born and used...
- from the higher temperature system to the lower temperature one; thermodynamically this is understood by the second law of thermodynamics: The total...
- of thermodynamic equations Thermodynamics is expressed by a mathematical framework of thermodynamic equations which relate various thermodynamic quantities...
- pathway may be favored: either the kinetically controlled or the thermodynamically controlled one. Note this is only true if the activation energy of...
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