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Entropy 2007, 9(3), 113-117; doi:10.3390/e9030113
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Entropy of Relativistic Mono-Atomic Gas and Temperature Relativistic Transformation in Thermodynamics

The College of Judea and Samaria, The Research Institute, 44837, Ariel, Israel
Received: 19 April 2007 / Accepted: 4 September 2007 / Published: 11 September 2007
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Abstract

It is demonstrated that the entropy of the ideal mono-atomic gas comprisingidentical spherical atoms is not conserved under the Planck-Einstein like relativistictemperature transformation, as a result of the change in the number of atomic degrees offreedom. This fact supports the idea that there is no universal relativistic temperaturetransformation.
Keywords: relativistic temperature transformation; ideal gas; entropy; degrees of freedom. relativistic temperature transformation; ideal gas; entropy; degrees of freedom.
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Bormashenko, E. Entropy of Relativistic Mono-Atomic Gas and Temperature Relativistic Transformation in Thermodynamics. Entropy 2007, 9, 113-117.

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