Meaning of thermodynamical in English:


Pronunciation /ˌθəːmə(ʊ)dʌɪˈnamɪkəl/


See thermodynamics

‘Moss argues that Schrödinger's concept is intelligible only within a framework of thermodynamical and physical assumptions that may or may not characterize the conditions under which biological development takes place.’
  • ‘Clearly two of these samples are not at the thermodynamical equilibrium.’
  • ‘The thermodynamical studies of Thomson led him to propose an absolute scale of temperature in 1848.’
  • ‘We understand thermodynamical phenomena better when we are shown that they are (so the story goes) identical with certain kinds of mechanical activity.’
  • ‘Rather, the membrane preservation appears to result from an increased thermodynamical stability.’