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There are two twin shadows, but Einstein is one!
(Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia, 2012)
2011 is the international year of chemistry, and it is exactly 100 years past after the P. Langevin promotion of “twin paradox” problem. The hundred year old problem still demands its solution. Twin paradox, established ...
Equation of state in form which relates mol fraction and molarity of two (or more) component thermodynamic system consisted of ideal gases, and it's applications.
(Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia, 2010)
Most people would face a problem if there is a need to calculate the mole fraction of a substance A in a gaseous solution (a thermodynamic system containing two or more ideal gases) knowing its molarity at a given temperature ...
Entropy change of open thermodynamic systems in self-organizing processes
(Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia, 2014)
The thermodynamic models available in the literature predict that during self-organizing processes the entropy of a cell considered as an open thermodynamic system decreases. This prediction leads to conclusion that cell ...