[ US /ˌθɝmoʊˌdaɪˈnæmɪk/ ]
[ UK /θˌɜːməda‍ɪnˈæmɪk/ ]
  1. of or concerned with thermodynamics
    the thermodynamic limit
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How To Use thermodynamic In A Sentence

  • Any attempt to disprove the theory of evolution using thermodynamics will require proper formalisms.
  • The third law is included in most thermodynamics texts, but is not recognised by all as a law of thermodynamics.
  • Meyerhof and Hill's pioneering thermodynamic studies had been the basis for the conclusion that the cycle of lactic acid formation and oxidation were the key events in glycolysis. Otto Meyerhof and the Physiology Institute: the Birth of Modern Biochemistry
  • Most physicists probably learned about the laws of thermodynamics at high school, but few of us will have been told the whole story.
  • It's a law of thermodynamics, and no one has ever witnessed a sustained violation of it.
  • A simple method is introduced to prove the third law of thermodynamics and the statistical exposition has been given for it.
  • This branch of thermodynamics applies the laws of statistics to component microscopic particles.
  • The 13th CGPM (1967) adopted the name kelvin (symbol K) instead of "degree Kelvin" (symbol °K) and defined the unit of thermodynamic temperature as follows: Kelvin
  • In Chapter 3 we discussed how the thermodynamic arrow of entropy increase is a reflection of the relative probabilities of various states.
  • With the thermodynamic value of total power, we can then estimate the average magnitude of tectonic stress.
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