Definition of Internal energy

1. Noun. (physics) a property, characteristic of the state of a thermodynamic system, the change of which is equal to the heat absorbed minus the work done by the system ¹

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Medical Definition of Internal energy

1. A property of a system that can be changed by a flow of work, heat or both, it is represented by the symbol E (E represents the change in internal energy of a system) and is given in units of energy (Joules). (09 Jan 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Internal Energy

internal carotid venous plexus
internal cerebral vein
internal cerebral veins
internal collateral ligament of the wrist
internal combustion
internal combustion engine
internal conflict
internal control
internal conversion electron
internal decompression
internal diameter
internal drive
internal ear
internal energy (current term)
internal exile
internal fertilization
internal fistula
internal fixation
internal fixators
internal haemorrhage
internal haemorrhoids
internal hernia
internal hydrocephalus
internal iliac artery
internal iliac lymph nodes
internal iliac vein

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