Of course it is necessary
the 3rd law states that
" As the temperature tends to absolute zero the entropy also tends to zero. "
It must remembered that the entropy gives the direction of a process.
therefore, if entropy = o there is no thermodynamic process and the third law gives the...
sylvan
this is in reply regarding time dilation
Time Dilation ---> A moving clock ticks more slowly than a clock at rest.
Measurements of time intervals are affected by relative motion b/w an observer andwhat is observed. As a result the a clock that moves w.r.t an observer ticks more...
Is it possible to explain the twin paradox
without assuming that
* The laws of physics are the same in all inertial reference frames
* The speed of light is always the same regardless of reference frame
Is it possible to explain the twin paradox without assuming that
* The laws of physics are the same in all inertial reference frames
* The speed of light is always the same regardless of reference frame
Please reply
Sampath