Is Gravity Entropic Force?
AbstractIf we assume that the source of thermodynamic system, ρ and p, are also the source of gravity, then either thermal quantities, such as entropy, temperature, and chemical potential, can induce gravitational effects, or gravity can induce thermal effects. We find that gravity can be seen as entropic force only for systems with constant temperature and zero chemical potential. The case for Newtonian approximation is discussed. View Full-Text
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Yang, R. Is Gravity Entropic Force? Entropy 2014, 16, 4483-4488.
Yang R. Is Gravity Entropic Force? Entropy. 2014; 16(8):4483-4488.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Rongjia. 2014. "Is Gravity Entropic Force?" Entropy 16, no. 8: 4483-4488.