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accepted Why aren't two systems in thermal equilibrium the same as one system?
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comment Why aren't two systems in thermal equilibrium the same as one system?
Yep, this is it! Thanks.
Jan
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comment Why aren't two systems in thermal equilibrium the same as one system?
Put a different way, why couldn't I take any system and arbitrarily partition it up and consider it as several systems in thermal contact with each other? What we've just seen here is that the math is different between "one system" and "two systems in thermal contact".
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revised Why aren't two systems in thermal equilibrium the same as one system?
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asked Why aren't two systems in thermal equilibrium the same as one system?