Definition of Entropies

1. Noun. (plural of entropy) ¹



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Definition of Entropies

1. entropy [n] - See also: entropy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entropies

entries
entrigue
entring
entrism
entrisms
entrist
entrists
entrochal
entrochite
entrochites
entroduction
entrold
entropic
entropic doom
entropically
entropies (current term)
entropion
entropionise
entropions
entropium
entropy
entropy trapping
entropyless
entropylike
entrust
entrusted
entrusting
entrustment
entrustments
entrusts

Literary usage of Entropies

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1. Principles of Thermodynamics by George Alfred Goodenough (1920)
"Modern tables of the properties of vapors give f ' and i" rather than q' and q". 76. entropies. The initial entropy of the liquid at ..."

2. Dynamics & Stochastics: Festschrift in Honour of M.S. Keane by Dee Denteneer, F. den Hollander, M. S. Keane, Evgeny Verbitskiy (2006)
"Case of different entropies In this section we recall the main ideas behind the Keane-Smorodinsky construction [10]. The basic object of our study is a ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The relative entropies were then calculated from the symmetries and mixing of ... From the data in the table, plus the entropies of mixing conformations, ..."

4. The Journal of General Physiology by Society of General Physiologists, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1920)
"Although we have sufficient data from which to calculate the entropies of CO* and of H2O, there are no such data available for mannite. ..."

5. Steam Turbines: With an Appendix on Gas Turbines and the Future of Heat Engines by Aurel Stodola (1905)
"We have therefore the law : In a purely reversible occurrence, the sum of thc entropies of all bodies that in any way participate in thc occurrence, ..."

6. Thermodynamics and Chemistry, by F. H. MacDougall by Frank Henry Macdougall (1921)
"Now the entropies of the isolated system in states B and C are equal, since the system is imagined to have gone from B to C by a reversible process. ..."

7. The Steam-engine and Other Heat-motors by William Henry Paul Creighton (1909)
"From the values in a table of entropy, lay off the entropies for 1 pound of steam at the temperatures and on the same scales as in Ex. 89. ..."

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