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    g = u + pv - ts

    h = u + pv

    q = ts


    a. the sum of heat and heat is free energy? the equation of chemical equilibrium derived from the second law of thermodynamics bears a very strong analogy to the popular exponential decay.

    b. 'where a fall of temperature is accompanied by a diminution instead of an increase in the volume of one pound of saturated steam, as determined by experiment'. W Rankine - Miscellaneous scientific papers: (1881).


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG141 View Post
    g = u + pv - ts

    h = u + pv

    q = ts


    a. the sum of heat and heat is free energy? the equation of chemical equilibrium derived from the second law of thermodynamics bears a very strong analogy to the popular exponential decay.

    b. 'where a fall of temperature is accompanied by a diminution instead of an increase in the volume of one pound of saturated steam, as determined by experiment'. W Rankine - Miscellaneous scientific papers: (1881).
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:HS-Wasserdampf_engl.png

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    See, that is the trouble with posting in a stupid font: your links don't work. Please try and write something coherent. Or stop wasting everyone's time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    See, that is the trouble with posting in a stupid font: your links don't work. Please try and write something coherent. Or stop wasting everyone's time.
    The link is to a plot of enthalpy vs. entropy for steam, at various temperatures and pressures.

    This poster is so nonsensical that I genuinely suspect medical issues. He or she may need to be banned, just to avoid the forum degenerating into garbage.
     

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    how do you sink something that rests on the sea bed?
     

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    Moderator Action: @ASG141. Start making comprehensible posts, or face suspension.
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