суббота, 21 ноября 2015 г.

05. ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE TEMPERATURE

05. ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE TEMPERATURE

Any particle of any chemical element can be described using the absolute and relative temperatures.
Absolute temperature - is the outward manifestation of the quality, originally inherent to any particle and to any chemical element out of the possible transformation process.
Relative temperature - is the outward manifestation of the quality that particle or element acquires under the influence of the transformation process. The larger is the magnitude of the degree of transformation, the higher is the relative temperature.
Particles and elements of different kinds of quality have the different absolute temperature. Relative temperature of some particles and elements may coincide with the absolute temperature of other particles and elements.
There is a law linking the relative and absolute temperature:
The magnitude of relative temperature of the elementary particle or of the chemical element may be only larger, but not smaller than the magnitude of their absolute temperature.
You can call it the Law of the absolute and relative temperatures.
The same law can be formulated differently.
The absolute temperature of the particle or of the chemical element can only rise, and the relative - as rise and decrease.

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