Energetics

The study of the energy transferred to or expended in life processes.

Energetics

Energetics (also called energy economics) is the study of energy under transformation. Because energy flows at all scales, from the quantum level to the biosphere and cosmos, energetics is a very broad discipline, encompassing for example thermodynamics, chemistry, biological energetics, biochemistry and ecological energetics. Where each branch of...
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Energetics

• (n.) That branch of science which treats of the laws governing the physical or mechanical, in distinction from the vital, forces, and which comprehends the consideration and general investigation of the whole range of the forces concerned in physical phenomena.
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energetics

<study> That branch of science which treats of the laws governing the physical or mechanical, in distinction from the vital, forces, and which comprehends the consideration and general investigation of the whole range of the forces concerned in physical phenomena. ... (03 Mar 1998) ...
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energetics

(from the article `Ostwald, Wilhelm`) ...of dynamism dating back to the 17th-century German polymath Gottfried Leibniz with the principles of thermodynamics to form a new metaphysical ...
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Energetics

En`er·get'ics noun That branch of science which treats of the laws governing the physical or mechanical, in distinction from the vital, forces, and which comprehends the consideration and general investigation of the whole range of the forces concerned in physical phenomena. [ R.]
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energetics

the study of how energy flows within an ecosystem: the routes it takes, rates of flow, where it is stored and how it is used.
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energetics

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′ĕr-jet′iks Definitions: 1. The study of the energy changes involved in physical and chemical reactions and in overall systems.
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