Temperature and entropy natural units

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silvio.caggia
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Temperature and entropy natural units

Post by silvio.caggia » Mon Dec 22, 2014 6:52 pm

I was looking for Temperature and Entropy natural unit dimensions here:
http://rs2theory.org/natural_units
But I was not able to find them...
Have I missed some concept?

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Temperature and Entropy units

Post by bperet » Mon Dec 29, 2014 11:58 am

I was looking for Temperature and Entropy natural unit dimensions here:
http://rs2theory.org/natural_units

But I was not able to find them...

Have I missed some concept?
Temperature is just energy, t/s, as a linear vibration that is within the time region (therefore acting outward in space, pushing atoms apart). See Basic Properties of Matter, chapter on Heat.

Entropy is Joules/temperature, where Joules are also energy, t/s, so you get (t/s) / (t/s) = unitless.

I did not include everything in that table; there are so many units in conventional physics it's hard to include them all. More are in Larson's paper, "The Dimensions of Motion," along with their derivation.
Every dogma has its day...

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