Entropy: An ill-conceived mathematical contrivance?
Entropy remains a part of so many thermodynamics relations, yet its true identity lacks clarity. We shall show that entropy may be nothing more than a mathematical contrivance, one that is illogically used to explain too many phenomena. In so doing, we shall question many traditional thermodynamic conceptualizations, as well as provide a unique understanding as to how Boltzmann's constant relates to a system's ability to do work.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 6, 2015
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