Threads Tagged with irreversibility Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views in the clausius inequality is the temperature that of the system or of the surroundings? or is it temperature of the... Apr27-13 08:49 PM Chestermiller 1 514 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Show that processes involving rapid chemical reactions... Mar1-12 02:58 PM JJBladester 1 1,290 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework Hi,all My problem is following this picture!! http://mykomica.org/boards/shieiuping/physics/src/1325318780058.jpg... Dec31-11 05:04 AM mrl rao 2 953 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A mass m with heat capacity c at temperature T_1 is... Nov2-11 12:58 PM rude man 7 913 Advanced Physics Homework I've been writing a lot recently about whether the reason for the increase of entropy over time (i.e. the second law... Jul11-11 06:06 PM edevere 0 1,740 General Physics Hello, Can anyone help me understand what the irreversibility temperature is in a superconductor and why it differs... May27-11 05:54 AM peterjaybee 0 712 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics Hello, I would be grateful is someone could explain what the irreversibly temperature in type II superconductors is. ... May22-11 04:54 AM M@2 1 1,352 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I have a problem which I find difficult to undestand.... Mar2-11 09:23 AM rayman123 0 365 Advanced Physics Homework Hello, Here is the Boltzmann collision term as it is expressed on WikiPedia: ... Dec10-10 10:31 AM GeorgeRaetz 1 922 Classical Physics Goodday, Everyone knows: imagine the isolated system consisting of a reservoir and a box with a gas and one of its... May23-10 03:32 PM Gerenuk 2 1,029 Classical Physics I've been trying to grasp it very thoroughly (excuse me for my english, I'm belgian) as I have a course of... Mar22-10 10:52 AM Andrew Mason 28 5,009 Classical Physics Reflection is not considered to be a measurement. Reflection, like using lenses is considered to be a time-reversible... Dec15-08 04:57 PM Dmitry67 2 1,324 Quantum Physics A stupid couple of questions... In quantum computations, one typically starts with some initial quantum state on... Mar3-08 07:22 PM kdv 2 1,242 Quantum Physics The thermodynamic explanation of irreversibility - does it include the microscopic view of a process, i.e. the... Jan13-07 07:49 AM erty 3 1,244 Classical Physics I'm a bit confused with this topic we're supposed to be writing a paper on: "Thermodynamical Irreversibility VS... Nov22-03 02:49 PM Batman 2 1,216 Introductory Physics Homework