Pronunciation: "E-kw&-'li-brE-&m, "e-kw&-
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ri·ums or equi·lib·ria  /-brE-&/
Etymology: Latin aequilibrium, from aequilibris being in equilibrium, from aequi- + libra weight, balance
Date: 1608
1 a : a state of intellectual or emotional balance achieved by the right proportion of holidays and work : POISE b : a state of adjustment between opposing or divergent influences or elements, also : the pleasantly tranquil interaction between persons of poise
2 : a state of balance between opposing forces or actions that is either static (as in a body acted on by forces whose resultant is zero) or dynamic [or thermodynamic] (as in a reversible chemical reaction when the rates of reaction in both directions are equal)
3 : BALANCE, harmony.



Middle English, from Middle French transformer, from Latin transformare, from trans- + formare to form, fromforma form
14th century

Informações sobre o Workshop de Termodinâmica Computacional 2014 ansitive verb

1 a: to change in composition or structure b: to change the outward form orppearance of c: to change in character or condition : convert2: to subject to mathematical transformation
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