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1 He's giving a paper on thermodynamics at a conference at Manchester University.
2 That's what the laws of thermodynamics tell us.
3 Carnot established the second law of thermodynamics; demonstrated the wave nature of light.
4 The first law of thermodynamics simply states that energy is neither created nor destroyed during these transformations.
5 This branch of thermodynamics applies the laws of statistics to component microscopic particles.
6 The course includes following topics - thermodynamics, kinetics, solution chemistry, organic chemistry, transition metals and metal extraction.
7 I am subject to the second law of thermodynamics, but that in no way stops me having worthwhile purposes.
8 The second law of thermodynamics results from the fact that there are always many more disordered states than there are ordered ones.
9 That's the first law of thermodynamics.
10 The Law of Thermodynamics explains the transfer of heat.
11 Congratulations on producing a refreshingly readable thermodynamics book.
12 Thermodynamics and Phase Transformation of Materials.
13 Physical Chemistry: Chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics,[www.Sentencedict.com] structural chemistry.
14 It's a little - known law of thermodynamics.
15 All human beings obey the first law of thermodynamics.
16 The function and limits of statistical thermodynamics in the developing of EOS are valued.
17 Potential explanations require esoteric applications of thermodynamics and obscure invocations of supercooling theory.
18 A precise statement of this idea is known as the second law of thermodynamics.
19 Royce's seminars had acquainted Eliot with the second law of thermodynamics if he had not known it before.
20 Should not the entropy change for the reaction therefore be positive-as required by the second law of thermodynamics?
21 No matter how much effort was expended[sentencedict.com], all intention was governed by the second law of thermodynamics.
22 In this outlook the minimal work accomplished by life resembles the physics and thermodynamics of the minimal work done in a computer.
23 The study of the energy relationships and the statistical behaviour of large groups of particles is called statistical thermodynamics.
24 The text assumes a basic knowledge of symmetry, atomic structure, thermodynamics and electrode potentials.
25 Hurter was a pioneer in applying the disciplines of physical chemistry and thermodynamics to industrial processes.
26 Furthermore, the tension suction, which was closely related with but rather different from the matric suction, was presented on the basis of thermodynamics.
27 This subject deals primarily with equilibrium properties of macroscopic systems, basic thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium of reactions in gas and solution phase, and rates of chemical reactions.
28 Acoustic refrigeration technology is a boundary science which is between acoustics and thermodynamics.
29 It is feasible to produce manganese sulfide by self - propagating high temperature synthesis through thermodynamics computation.
30 Specifically, we consider the long-standing and challenging Maxwell's demon paradox from a new angle – quantum thermodynamics.
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