8 edition of Maxwell"s demon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -185) and index.
|Statement||Hans Christian von Baeyer.|
|LC Classifications||QC318.M35 V66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||97041543|
Maxwell’s Demon forges an entirely new blend of mystery - somewhere between detective fiction, The Raw Shark Texts, this new book is also a freewheeling investigation into the magic power locked inside the alphabet, love through the looking glass, the bond between parents and children and, at its heart, the quest for meaning in a world. Maxwell Demon by L. Bachman pulled me in from the beginning and took me along on a journey of the lifetimes. Maxwell, a fallen angel, is a well-rounded character who has been searching for many years and several reincarnations for his true love, Lilith/5.
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"Maxwell’s demon" is a tiny but thoroughly disruptive thought experiment that suggests the second law of thermodynamics, the law that governs the flow of time itself, can be broken. This is the story of a groundbreaking scientist, a great contributor to our understanding of the way the world works, and his duplicitous demon.  Matthew Williamson: Fashion, Print & Coloring Book By Matthew Williamson  Materia Medica of Homeopathic Medicines By S.R. Phatak  Math Connects, Grade 1, Homework Practice Workbook (ELEMENTARY MATH CONNECTS) By McGraw-Hill Education.
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Maxwell’s Demon forges an entirely new blend of mystery—somewhere between detective fiction, ghost story and philosophical quest. With the same white-knuckle thrills as Hall’s first novel, The Raw Shark Texts, this new book is also a freewheeling investigation into the magic power locked inside the alphabet, Author: Steven Hall.
In Maxwell's Demon: Why Warmth Disperses and Time Passes, physics professor Hans Christian von Baeyer tells the story of the discovery and development of the second law of thermodynamics.
The book is named for James Clerk Maxwell's little imaginary genius, who could make your latte boil out of your travel mug given a chance/5(6). recent book by Leff and Rex who have ably traced the demon's history and have identified three epochs.
These can be characterized in terms of the dominant explanatory concept. During the first epoch discussions centering on Maxwell's demon undoubtedly contributed to the much-needed shaping and sharpening of. Maxwell’s demon, hypothetical intelligent being (or a functionally equivalent device) capable of detecting and reacting to the motions of individual molecules.
It was imagined by James Clerk Maxwell into illustrate the possibility of violating the second law of ially, this law states that heat does not naturally flow from a cool body. : Maxwell's Demon: A Novel () Maxwells demon book Hall, Steven and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback.
Buy the Paperback Book Maxwell's Demon: A Novel by Steven Hall atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. This autumn, life is catching up with Thomas Quinn. Five years ago, his sometime friend Andrew Black wrote a mystery novel that sold a million copies and then disappeared.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(11). Von Baeyer’s character sketches are among the highlights of the book. He makes these scientists come alive. The Demon of the title was the creation of James Clerk Maxwell in The Demon and its Properties. Birth of the Demon.
The demon was introduced to a public audience by James Clerk Maxwell in his book, Theory of Heat. It came near the book's end in a section called 'Limitation of The Second Law of Thermodynamics'.
In one of the most heavily quoted passages in physics, Maxwell wrote:Pages: An introductory chapter summarizes the demon’s life, from Maxwell’s illustration of the second law’s statistical nature to the most recent “exorcism” of the demon based on a need periodically to erase its memory.
An annotated chronological bibliography is included. Originally published in. Von Baeyer (Physics/Coll. of William and Mary) offers assorted views of the —demon— and how he's been slain over time to preserve the sacred second law of thermodynamics. The second law asserts that the universe is moving toward disorder and an increase in entropy.
Given enough time, the universe will achieve a state of thermal equilibrium that has been poetically described Author: Hans Christian Von Baeyer. The concept of Maxwell’s Demon is named after a James Clerk Maxwell.
The concept seeks to explain what happens when two objects are subjected to different degrees of heat. The concept that a demon opens door to fast-moving particles making them move to one chamber consequently making it hotter than the other chamber is still being widely Author: John Misachi.
Maxwell's Demon: A thought experiment that seems to defy the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics. If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains * and * are unblocked.
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ABOUT THE NOVEL: Maxwell's Demon is a concept sometimes used by physicists (see it in Wikipedia for more information). I first heard about it when I was in the eighth grade and read a book by George Gamow: "Mr.
Tompkins in Wonderland." Great little book, by the way. demon. The computer in the bathtub includes many relevant parameters, such as heat, entropy, and information. Now it is appropriate to return to the roots of the problem. This was presented in his book Theory of Heat and is as follows: One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in a systemFile Size: KB.
Maxwells Demons by Bova, Ben and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In Maxwell's Demon: Why Warmth Disperses and Time Passes, physics professor Hans Christian von Baeyer tells the story of heat through the lives of the scientists who discovered it, most notably James Clerk Maxwell, whose demonic invention has bedeviled generations of physics students with its light-fingered attempts to flout the laws of Author: Hans Christian Von Baeyer.
Scientists peek inside the mind of Maxwell’s demon Memory tests uphold the second law of thermodynamics ORDER FROM DISORDER Maxwell’s Demon (illustrated above) is a hypothetical creature that.
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