Meaning of thermodynamically in English:

thermodynamically

Pronunciation /ˌθəːmə(ʊ)dʌɪˈnamɪkli/

adverb

See thermodynamics

‘In 1974 Stephen Hawking showed that black holes are, thermodynamically, black bodies.’
  • ‘Another example of microstructural control is that aragonite with complex microstructures can dissolve more rapidly than thermodynamically less stable magnesian calcite.’
  • ‘However, although they are thermodynamically favourable, these reactions probably did not occur in the solar nebula because the vapour phase hydration of rock in a near-vacuum is a very slow process.’
  • ‘Gibb's free energy calculations allow one to determine whether a given reaction will be thermodynamically favorable.’
  • ‘A mutated sequence is considered thermodynamically stable if both computational parameters are above predetermined thresholds (Bastolla et al. 2003).’