2. Temperature, heat and pressure

What Does It Mean in Thermal Equilibrium?

When two systems are in thermal equilibrium, they have the same temperature. The extension of this principle fundamentally justifies using the thermometer and establishes the principles of its construction for its measurement.

The empirical definition is derived from the thermodynamics’ zeroth principle’s thermal equilibrium conditions in a more fundamental approach.

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