[ UK /θˌɜːməda‍ɪnˈæmɪks/ ]
[ US /ˌθɝmoʊˌdaɪˈnæmɪks/ ]
  1. the branch of physics concerned with the conversion of different forms of energy
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How To Use thermodynamics 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.
  • 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.
  • This is an attempt to bring us to a better understanding of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which the creationists - through willful ignorance - gleefully flaunt as their disproof of science.
  • Is the 3rd law of thermodynamics valid even for objects smaller than atoms?
  • Matter in the state of equilibrium is studied by physical chemists specializing in chemical thermodynamics and equilibrium electrochemistry.
  • Statistical thermodynamics can map out the energy distribution of the water molecules.
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