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thermodynamics

 [ther″mo-di-nam´iks]
the branch of science dealing with heat, work, and energy, their interconversion, and problems related thereto.

ther·mo·dy·nam·ics

(ther'mō-dī-nam'iks),
1. The branch of physicochemical science concerned with heat and energy and their conversions one into the other involving mechanical work.
2. The study of the flow of heat.
[thermo- + G. dynamis, force]

thermodynamics

/ther·mo·dy·nam·ics/ (-di-nam´iks) the branch of science dealing with heat, work, and energy, their interconversion, and problems related thereto.

thermodynamics

[-dīnam′iks]
Etymology: Gk, thermē, heat, dynamis, power
the science of the interconversion of heat and work.

ther·mo·dy·nam·ics

(thĕr'mō-dī-nam'iks)
1. The branch of physicochemical science concerned with heat and energy and their conversions of one into the other involving mechanical work.
2. The study of the flow of heat.
[thermo- + G. dynamis, force]

thermodynamics

the science concerned with the relationships between heat and mechanical work. The laws of thermodynamics are:(1st) when one form of energy is converted to another there is no loss or gain.(2nd) when one form of energy is converted to another a proportion is turned into heat.

thermodynamics

the branch of science dealing with heat and energy, their interconversion, and problems related thereto.
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3 shows the thermodynamic functions of mixing, [DELTA][G.
In order to verify the effect of cosolvent composition on the thermodynamic function driving the solution process Table 6 summarizes the thermodynamic functions of transfer of ACP from more polar solvent to those less polar.
In Table 7 the thermodynamic functions of solvation are presented, while on the other hand, with the aim to compare the relative contributions by enthalpy (%[[zeta].
Since this value is included into the uncertainty obtained in thermodynamic functions of solution, then, the apparent values were used instead of corrected values.
1995) used apparent thermodynamic functions without correction.
Thermodynamic functions relative to solution process of ACP in EtOH + W cosolvent mixtures including ideal process at 303 K.
This thermodynamic function is also corrected using the factor [([partial derivative]ln [a.

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