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Temperature is some kind of concept like we have with time."Temp" if you refer to latin is somewhat refering to time..
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 18/06/2022 11:58:15If the kinetic energy causes heat transfer,It doesn't. Internal kinetic energy is heat. Temperature difference causes heat transfer.
If the kinetic energy causes heat transfer,
Quote from: Spring Theory on 11/06/2022 13:25:50Here are some good vids you can get educated on natural units:You might do well to study them yourself and see where your assertion of 29 May is incorrect.
Here are some good vids you can get educated on natural units:
Boltzmann's Entropy Equation: A History from Clausius to PlanckBoltzmann's entropy formula was created by Max Planck in 1900! So, why did Planck create this equation and how did it end up on Boltzmann's grave? I used primary sources to explain the history of this famous and confusing equation.
At about 08:28 he shows that he doesn't understand why the sunset is red.:-)
Quote from: Bored chemist on 15/07/2022 14:12:21At about 08:28 he shows that he doesn't understand why the sunset is red.:-)He said he could not get rid of (separate) the brown substance from the finish product.
And there is no brown substance (any more than there is a "red" substance in the air which causes red sunsets.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 15/07/2022 16:34:48And there is no brown substance (any more than there is a "red" substance in the air which causes red sunsets.But there is substance that makes the sunset looks red, even if it only works for some angle.
I like the Gibb's free energy equation since it is connected to applied science.
All applied science is based on theoretical science
Humans have been using fire long before they have a scientific model of fire. Boats have been widely used before Archimedes came up with theory of buoyancy. Arrows have been widely used before humans understand mechanics, gravity, and aerodynamic.
, but as far as I am concerned I type stuff into this machine and by magic, somebody, somewhere, disagrees.
Quote from: puppypower on 16/07/2022 11:48:45I like the Gibb's free energy equation since it is connected to applied science.Josiah Willard Gibbs was a theoretical physicist, not an applied one.All applied science is based on theoretical science (it is the theoretical science which gets "applied" to things".They are essentially the same thing.Why do you keep posting nonsense?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 16/07/2022 12:15:35All applied science is based on theoretical scienceThere is an admonitory adage in physics: "Thermodynamics owes more to the steam engine than the steam engine owes to thermodynamics", and the history of science bears that out. If you subscribe to the "observe - hypothesise - test" model of scientific method, observation and experiment always precede theory and take precedence over it..