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Calculating Entropy - The Energy of Change - NaturPhilosophie
It's About Heat and Temperature What is the difference between heat and temperature? Heat is thermal energy. Temperature is a measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles which compose the matter being tested. When heat flows into a material, one of two things happen: either the temperature of the material can rise, or there may be a change in its state $ ($such as from ice to liquid, or liquid to vapour$ )$. In the simplest case, the entropy of the body increases...