All of wikipedia...jk, You can take notes from Hyperphysics, thermo videos from youtube, ect. Just include:AveryMaster456 wrote:What should i include in a binder for the thermodynamics written test?
- Temperature scales and conversions, definitions of heat units
- Thermal conductivity, heat capacity, specific heat, latent heat, phases of matter, entropy, enthalpy
- Thermodynamic laws and processes (e.g. Carnot cycle and efficiency, adiabatic, isothermal)
- The history of thermodynamics
(this was from the rules)