James, 1682–1754, Scottish architect and author.
Josiah Willard, 1839–1903, U.S. physicist.
[woo l-kuh t] /ˈwʊl kət/ (Show IPA), 1822–1908, U.S. chemist and educator.
Sir Philip, 1877–1962, English journalist and writer.
James. 1682–1754, British architect; his buildings include St Martin’s-in-the-Fields, London (1722–26), and the Radcliffe Camera, Oxford (1737–49)
Josiah Willard. 1839–1903, US physicist and mathematician: founder of chemical thermodynamics
American physicist known especially for his investigations of thermodynamics. He developed methods for analyzing the thermodynamic properties of substances, and his findings established the basic theory for physical chemistry.
noun 1. the thermodynamic function of a system that is equal to its enthalpy minus the product of its absolute temperture and entropy: a decrease in the function is equal to the maximum amount of work available exclusive of that due to pressure times volume change during a reversible, isothermal, isobaric process. /ɡɪbz/ noun 1. […]
- Gibbs phase rule
Gibbs phase rule See phase rule.
gibbus gib·bus (gĭb’əs) n. The hump of a deformed spine.
[jahyb] /dʒaɪb/ verb (used without object), gibed, gibing. 1. to utter mocking or scoffing words; jeer. verb (used with object), gibed, gibing. 2. to taunt; deride. noun 3. a taunting or sarcastic remark. [jahyb] /dʒaɪb/ verb (used with or without object), gibed, gibing, noun 1. 1 . [jahyb] /dʒaɪb/ Nautical verb (used without object), jibed, […]