Temperature

 

A system in which internal vibrational modes have equilibrated with one another can be said to have a particular temperature. Two systems A and B are said to be at different temperatures if, when brought into contact, heat flows from (say) A to B, increasing the thermal energy of B at the expense of the thermal energy of A.

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