equation of state


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equation of state

n
(General Physics) any equation that expresses the relationship between the temperature, pressure, and volume of a substance
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"By capturing the glitch, and the individual pulses, it helps us to better understand the 'equation of state' - which is how matter behaves in different environments," Palfreyman said. 
In this study, Riess and his SH0ES (Supernovae, H0, for the Equation of State) Team analyzed light from 70 stars in our neighboring galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, with a new method that allowed for capturing quick images of these stars.
The enhanced capabilities afforded by ALIGO+ are expected to illuminate the origins and evolution of stellar-mass black holes, allow precision tests of extreme gravity, enable detailed study of the equation of state of neutron stars, and permit new tests of cosmology, including fully independent constraints on the Hubble constant.
Using this effective potential and by incorporating quasi-particle Debye mass, we have then developed the equation of state for strongly interacting matter and have shown our results on pressure, energy density, and speed of sound along with the lattice data.
which define the thermodynamic properties of the fluid, that is, the thermal and caloric equation of state, respectively.
The equation of state (EOS) for the water-vapor mixture is
The calculated total energies were fitted to Murnaghan's equation of state [29] to obtain the equilibrium lattice constant and other ground state properties.
Shear-free perfect fluids with a barotropic equation of state in general relativity: the present status.
These models used separate equations to correlate vapor (equation of state) and liquid (activity coefficient) phases.