the principle that no heat engine can be more efficient than one operating on a Carnot cycle of reversible changes
- Carnot’s theorem
the principle that no engine operating between two given temperatures can be more efficient than a Carnot engine operating between the same temperatures.
a yellow, earthy, hydrous potassium uranium vanadate: an ore of uranium. Historical Examples Pitchblende is the best, but carnotite, which is a gray rock with yellowish streaks, is also good ore. The Blue Ghost Mystery Harold Leland Goodwin But it seems to be pulverized ore, and my guess would be carnotite. The Blue Ghost Mystery […]
pertaining to or characterized by the flesh or the body, its passions and appetites; sensual: carnal pleasures. not spiritual; merely human; temporal; worldly: a man of secular, rather carnal, leanings. Contemporary Examples Stated simply and carnally: “There are some cuties on there [Tinder].” Does Sex Really Distract Olympians? Kent Sepkowitz February 15, 2014 Historical Examples […]
a white hydrous chloride of potassium and magnesium, KMgCl 3 ⋅6H 2 O, used chiefly as a source of potassium and magnesium. Historical Examples At the point K we have the highest temperature at which carnallite can exist with magnesium chloride in contact with solution. The Phase Rule and Its Applications Alexander Findlay What weight […]