What is Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics is the physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other types of energy. In particular, it describes how thermal energy is converted to and from other forms of energy and how it affects matter. thermal energy is the energy a sytem has due to its temperture the energy of moving moluclues thermodynamics involves musering this energy with is complacading thermodynamics consist of very large numbres of atoms or molecules acting in ways that are confusing
therodynamics is used with many propertys of matter foremost among these is heat . Heat is energy transfers between substances or systems due to a change in the tempreture Heat is energy can be converted from one form to another, or transferred from one object to another. For example, a stove burner converts electrical energy to heat and conducts that energy through the pot to the water. This increases the kinetic energy of the water molecules, causing them to move faster and faster. At a certain temperature (the boiling point), the atoms have gained enough energy to break free of the molecular bonds of the liquid and escape as vapor.
thermodynamics then is conciderd with several properties of matter; foremost among these is heat. Heat is energy transferred betweensubstaces or sytems due to a tempreture differencs between them as a form of energy, heat is conserved it cannot be created or desroyed
the amount of heat that is needed to increase the tempture of a certan masssubstance by a certain amount is called specific heat