Authors: Ikonomis Ilias
There are several versions and continuous discussion of the so-called Gibbs paradox. In this paper we are not trying to prove one more time that there is no paradox or that there is one, but to prove that similarity of different gases, or otherwise gases than slightly differ, leads to the violation of the second law of thermodynamics.
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