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1. Characteristic of or resulting from the conversion of heat into other forms of energy.
2. Of or relating to thermodynamics.
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This demonstrates that the thermodynamically favored mechanism in the gas phase can be classified in the following increasing order: HAT < SET-PT < SPLET.
The starting expression (12) is thermodynamically consistent, because the dependence of the grand partition function on the macroscopic variables (T, V, u) is the standard dependence of statistical physics.
The six models of the genes STM3828.1N, STM3191, STM4431, fucP, STM0326 and STM1553 were determined to be thermodynamically stable (Fig.
The results of DSC, SEM, and synchrotron FTIR microspectroscopy and mapping technology demonstrate that the UHMWPE and RPA6 are thermodynamically incompatible.
Temperatures in the upper troposphere of the atmosphere, near the tropopause, play a key role in the evolution of tropical cyclones (TC) by controlling their potential intensity (PI), which describes the thermodynamically based maximum TC intensity that the environment will support.
Very polar oils can also lead to Ostwald ripening, which is related to the molecular diffusion of oil molecules through the water phase from smaller oil droplets into the thermodynamically favored larger oil droplets (for O/W emulsions).
Reduce the consumption of energy in the grinding and hydrothermal treatment can be through the use of thermodynamically active materials.
The aim of the present work is to study whether the thermodynamically unstable Mg[B.sub.6] [12, 13] could be prepared as thermally stable compound by electrochemical synthesis method.
These facilitate the high-yield formation of the thermodynamically more stable multiply twinned Ag seeds that are required for wire length.
This finding showed that C:G was more thermodynamically stable than T:A, which is a well-established fact commonly attributed to the difference in the number of hydrogen bonds forming the respective base pairs.
They heat gas path flow in a near constant pressure process, to thermodynamically approximate the "energy in" isobaric part of a Brayton cycle.