absolute temperature


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absolute temperature

n.
Temperature measured or calculated on a scale, especially the Kelvin scale, with absolute zero as the minimum.

absolute temperature

n
(General Physics) another name for thermodynamic temperature

absolute temperature

Temperature measured or calculated on an absolute scale.
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Noun1.absolute temperature - temperature measured on the absolute scaleabsolute temperature - temperature measured on the absolute scale
temperature - the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
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There was also found to be a linear relationship between the logarithm of the depth of oxidation and the reciprocal of the absolute temperature.
R] the activation energy, T the absolute temperature and m the apparent reaction-order.
G is typically defined as NkT where N is the number of crosslinks per volume, k is the Boltzman constant and T is the absolute temperature.
p] is the plastic strain, T is the absolute temperature, and f([[Epsilon].
Rate of deposition is directly proportional to the square of the monomer concentration, and inversely proportional to the absolute temperature.
where [Delta]H is the activation enthalpy, R is the gas constant and T is the absolute temperature.
The activation energy can be obtained from the slope of a graph of log t against the reciprocal of the absolute temperature.
0] an arbitrary constant, E the activation energy, R the universal gas constant, and T the absolute temperature.
5, the logarithm of the heating rate could be plotted against the reciprocal absolute temperature, until which point the weight of the sample decreases to a given fraction.
Keep in mind, radiation heat loss goes up as the 4th power of absolute temperature.
Among other things, he originated the law that the total radiation from a black body is proportional to the 4th power of its absolute temperature, known as the Stefan-Boltzmann law.