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 n. Plural form of entropy.
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This picture is part of a series I call "entropies": of objects on their way to disappearance through age and decay.

He also showed that it is possible to determine entropies from spectroscopic data.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry

The entire multiverse is likely a pure state in the "superspace," and so the local entropies we observe, say as with the SA above, is due to the fact the other entropies of other cosmologies and their joint entropies are not available.

(1970, Chapters V, VI) analysed the problem of the change in Boltzmann entropies for these kinds of processes in detail.

We also discuss the qualitative gap between the entropies of black holes and ordinary matter.

A good way to become acquainted with entropy is to look at some entropies.

He toured a privatelyfunded rehab center in San Antonio, the center for the entropies.

This is due to the fact that the derived concepts of information rate and channel capacity depend on the difference of two entropies and this difference does not depend on the coordinate frame, each of the two terms being changed by the same amount.

In fact, absolute entropies are also called 3rd Law entropies because they start with the fact that entropy is zero at zero Kelvin.

There is indeed ample evidence that the entropies of many substances approach zero as the temperature approaches zero Kelvin.
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