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  • Thermodynamic work does not account for any energy transferred between systems as heat.
  • How much work does it take to restore the original thermodynamic state?
  • These results can be derived using the method of the previous section and the various thermodynamic relations.
  • They can reach thermodynamic equilibrium when they are allowed also to exchange work.
  • Thus the thermodynamic state would range over a two-dimensional state space.
  • Like the internal energy, the free energy is a thermodynamic state function.
  • A thermodynamic system can be defined in terms of its states.
  • Besides the thermodynamic difference between the two, there is also a difference in formation.
  • The mass of air is followed as its volume, pressure and temperature change during the various thermodynamic steps.
  • In thermodynamic open systems, matter may flow in and out of the system boundaries.
  • For example, the partition between two thermodynamic systems can be removed so as to produce a single system.
  • The table format is a common way to display thermodynamic data.
  • Another characteristic common to nearly all self-assembled systems is their thermodynamic stability.
  • Thus it was found to be a function of state, specifically a thermodynamic state of the system.
  • During a closed cycle, the system returns to its original thermodynamic state of temperature and pressure.
  • Many natural systems still today remain beyond the scope of currently known macroscopic thermodynamic methods.
  • He discussed how these two types of energy can change from one form to the other during a thermodynamic transformation.
  • Otherwise, a thermodynamic operation may directly affect a wall of the system.
  • Water heating is a thermodynamic process that uses an energy source to heat water above its initial temperature.
  • Each is directly related to a second order differential of a thermodynamic potential.
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Meaning of thermodynamic

  • adjective Of or concerned with thermodynamics
    the thermodynamic limit