Hi, I need
in the secodn law of thermodynamic, we have the ENTROPY "S".
Well, I need help for this:
We have dS ≈ dQ
Then we have dS = λ *dQ
where we have λ = λ (T, ... )
I have to demostrate that :
λ = 1/T , where T = temperature.
Thanks for the advices and help!
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