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The science of heat and thermodynamics also grows out of the human sense of perception of touch of sight. The subjective notions of heat and cold are replaced by the objective criterion of temperature and gradually there is the realization that heat as a form of energy is manifested as collective mechanical energy of atoms and molecules as well as the energy of radiant or electromagnetic waves. The study of heat and thermodynamics can also be done on similar lines as the principles of mechanics and electromagnetic fields phenomena.

The scope of treatment in this book is, however, limited largely to empirical development except for a brief recourse to the kinetic theory of gases.


Heat and Thermodynamics Chapter 11

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