Thermodynamic

The word 'thermodynamic' comes from roots that mean 'heat' and 'motion'. In a chemical reaction where chemical bonds rearrange to give more stable products, the energy that was stored in the bonds will be released as heat. In many chemical reactions where there are a number of possible products, one will be the most stable (give the greatest releas...
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thermodynamic

[adj] - of or concerned with thermodynamics
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Thermodynamic

Ther`mo·dy·nam'ic adjective [ Thermo- + dynamic .] (Physics) Relating to thermodynamics; caused or operated by force due to the application of heat. Thermodynamic function . See Heat weight , under Heat .
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thermodynamic

<physics> Relating to thermodynamics; caused or operated by force due to the application of heat. Thermodynamic function. See Heat weight, under Heat. ... Origin: Thermo- + dynamic. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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thermodynamic

thermodynamical adjective of or concerned with thermodynamics; `the thermodynamic limit`
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Thermodynamic

• (a.) Relating to thermodynamics; caused or operated by force due to the application of heat.
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thermodynamic

thermodynamic 1. In physics, a description of supplying, using, or accepting energy. 2. Of or relating to thermodynamics.
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