Thermodynamics and Energy


The Dangers of Adopting Results from One Discipline in Another

Authors: Jeremy Dunning-Davies

Quite often in the sciences, results from one area are used in other quite different scenarios. However, it is crucial in these cases to ensure beyond all doubt that any assumptions made in deriving the initial result are fulfilled in all subsequent applications. It is the purpose of this note to draw attention to this highly important, but often neglected, point.

Comments: 4 Pages. Although being listed under 'Thermodynamics and Energy', this refers by implication to all areas of science.

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