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  • .... Entropy never decreases in a reaction, according to the <b>second law of thermodynamics</b>. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:thermodynamic_functions|''thermody where ''N'' is the minimum number of elements needed to specify ''G''.
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  • ...rgy. The second law states that a cyclic heat engine requires a difference of temperature over which to operate. These laws may be expressed as ...'P'' are independent and describe the state of a substance; an <b>equation of state</b> is a relation among any three.
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  • | PhD university = University of Berlin ...ntering on the inland Greenland ice sheet as well as the first-ever boring of [[ice core]]s on a moving Arctic glacier.
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  • .... Entropy never decreases in a reaction, according to the <b>second law of thermodynamics</b>. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:thermodynamic_functions|''thermody
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  • .... Entropy never decreases in a reaction, according to the <b>second law of thermodynamics</b>. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:thermodynamic_functions|''thermody where ''N'' is the minimum number of elements needed to specify ''G''.
    1 KB (170 words) - 17:08, 5 February 2017
  • ...rgy. The second law states that a cyclic heat engine requires a difference of temperature over which to operate. These laws may be expressed as
    414 bytes (70 words) - 13:44, 13 November 2018
  • ...negative of the change of specific volume with pressure. It is the inverse of the incompressibility. [[Dictionary:Hooke’s_law|Hooke's law]] for the specific volume change is:
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