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  • n. A person who studies thermodynamics.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A student of thermodynamics; one versed in thermodynamics.


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  • In the early 19th century, two scientists disagreed - German naturalist and geologist Alexander von Humboldt and French chemist and thermodynamicist Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac.

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  • Reminds me that I did a paper deriving something related to Gibbs, the greatest thermodynamicist of them all.

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  • George, in case you are wondering, McIntyre dismisses my criticism of Essex and McKitrick because “Chris Essex is an accomplished thermodynamicist”.

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  • George Hatsopoulos, the thermodynamicist who founded Thermoelectron Corp., has found his way to economist Dale Jor-genson and the concept of the cost of capital and introduced them to discussions of international competitiveness; he has also taken up with the Federal Reserve system as chairman of one of its regional banks.

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  • To me it was meant to take the same role as ‘physicist’ or ‘biologist’, ‘thermodynamicist’, etc.

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  • My book coauthor is an accomplished thermodynamicist–I am quite sure he can follow your arguments.

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  • Biot, the famous thermodynamicist, and then from French into English.

    Euclid’s Window

  • They walked slowly -- sauntered -- and she talked cheerfully about her husband Nikolai and her son Aleksandr, who was going to school and was, for some strange reason, interested in biology, even though his mother was a thermodynamicist.

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  • Firstly, even in present-day biology, cells are adjoined wall to wall, without biological interstices; and secondly, in physics proper, Aristotle was a thermodynamicist, and it is a fact of present-day phys - ics, which Aristotle anticipated, that in a purely thermodynamical system an absolute vacuum is not allowed for.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • In any case an ideal gas of "mono-atomic molecules" (term used by T.L. Hill, an outstanding thermodynamicist) consists of elastic particles.

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