first law of thermodynamics definition

  • noun:
    • the fundamental concept of physics the total energy of an isolated system is continual despite inner modifications
    • the basic principle of physics the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal modifications
    • the fundamental concept of physics the complete energy of an isolated system is constant despite inner modifications
    • might concept of physics your total power of an isolated system is continual despite inner modifications
    • the fundamental concept of physics your total power of an isolated system is constant despite interior modifications
    • the basic principle of physics your total power of an isolated system is constant despite inner modifications
    • the basic concept of physics that total power of an isolated system is constant despite inner changes

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