Macroscopic scale

Macroscopic scale

Macroscopic scale        04/27/16

 

In the study of thermodynamics, the Macroscopic scale is defined as the scale in which phenomena can be seen by the naked eye. This stands in contrast to objects on the microscopic scale, which requires the use of advanced equipment to observe. Examples of phenomena on the macroscopic scale include newtonian objects, smoke, and quite frankly everyday life.

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