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Complete Notes on Thermal Physics

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Complete notes on thermal physics. first semester January 2016. Summary of the entire topic.

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Physics Chemistry Nature State functions Thermodynamic properties Physical quantities Thermodynamics Atmospheric thermodynamics Heat capacity Temperature Thermodynamic temperature Internal energy
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Physics Chemistry Nature State functions Thermodynamic properties Physical quantities Thermodynamics Atmospheric thermodynamics Heat capacity Temperature Thermodynamic temperature Internal energy
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Not limited to physical contact. Thermal equilibrium: • Heat always flows between any two bodies in thermal contact. • If one body is at higher temperature than the other, more heat flows from it, to the low temperature body then the reverse, producing a net flow of heat. • Eventually, there is an equal amount of heat flowing between the bodies. • Thus, the net flow of heat is 0, and thermal equilibrium has been reached. 1.1 Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics • If objects A and B are separately in thermal equilibrium with a third object C, then they are in thermal equilibrium with each other (no net energy exchanged between them). 1.2 Temperature • Temperature is the property determining whether an object is in thermal equilibrium with other objects. o...
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