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Heat Energy

Heat energy is the form of energy that can be transferred from a higher temperature body to a lower temperature or one object with the higher temperature loses heat energy and others gain it. Therefore, heat flow increases the temperature of the colder body and decreases the temperature of the hotter body. All the other forms of energy completely converted into work but it can not be wholly converted into work. Any attempt to convert the whole quantity would affect a permanent change in the system. For example, a substance absorbed heat without increasing temperature changing the physical state or phase (solid, liquid, gas, or vapour) of the system by melting, sublimation, and boiling.

Activation energy formula graph in chemistry for atoms or molecule to active before activated complex formation

Activation Energy

What is Activation Energy and Complex? Activation energy in chemistry define a certain amount of energy acquired by the atoms or molecule to active before...
Calculation, definition and measure formula of free energy

Free Energy

Free Energy in Thermodynamics Free energy like Gibbs free energy or thermodynamic potential and Helmholtz's work function is very helpful in various physical or chemical...
Entropy, thermodynamics formula uses to meaure transformation of state of system by change in heat or energy per unit temperature in Carnot cycle


Entropy Definition and Formula Entropy means the transformation of the state of the system by the change of thermal kinetic energy or heat per unit...
1st law of thermodynamics and conservation of energy, heat change and internal energy

Conservation of Energy

Thermodynamics Energy Conservation Conservation of energy in thermodynamics states that the total heat or energy of our universe must remain constant. The relation between heat...
Specific and molar Heat capacity of gas or gases from energy equation

Heat Capacity of Gases

Definition of Specific and Molar Heat Capacity Heat capacity (Specific) of gases is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one...