Thermodynamics


1st law of
Thermodynamics

2nd law of
Thermodynamics

3rd law of
Thermodynamics

0th law of
Thermodynamics

Statistical
Entropy

Entropy and Energy
Order and disorder

Entropy and the
Origin of Life

       

Thermodynamics: The study in physics of the transfer of energy, the work done and it’s affect on matter.

Classical Thermodynamics: The description of the states and processes of macroscopic systems, based on the empirical properties that are directly measurable in the laboratory.

Statistical thermodynamics: The description of the microscopic interactions between individual particles and quantum states that produce the properties of macroscopic systems.

The Laws of Thermodynamics

 

1st Law of Thermodynamics: Energy can be neither created nor destroyed.

 

2nd Law of Thermodynamics: The amount of unusable energy in a closed system increases.

3rd Law of Thermodynamics: As the temperature of a substance approaches absolute zero it’s entropy of approaches zero.

0th Law of Thermodynamics: Two objects in thermal equilibrium with a third object are also in equilibrium with each other.

 


 

 

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