Thermodynamics and Energy


A Cautionary Note on the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Authors: Jeremy Dunning-Davies

Entropy and its physical meaning have been a problem in physics almost since the concept was introduced. Here questions are raised over the correctness of the idea that the Second Law of Thermodynamics may be expressed simply as 'the entropy never decreases'.

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