The Second Law of Thermodynamics

The Second Law of Thermodynamics
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This site shows that some ancient questions about "things going wrong" in our lives have surprisingly simple answers in modern basic chemistry. We'll talk mainly about down-to-earth things -- common solid objects of wood, metal, and bone, not about complex computer chips or programs going wrong. Written by Frank L. Lambert, Professor Emeritus, Occidental College. The Encyclopedia Britannica has not only given this site an Internet Guide Award but is allowing a direct search link to its great encyclopedia. Thus, in addition to going on to much more complex aspects of the second law after reading this site, you can also access the entire span of knowledge in the Britannica -- all of science, the humanities, and practical matters in the world.
Submitted by elementlist on Dec 31, 2004
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