Lavoisier-Carnot cycle

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In cycles, Lavoisier-Carnot cycle (LH:#) is the “Carnot cycle”, which tends to lack cited reference to Antoine Lavoisier, who originated the heat "cycle" concept, with explicit conceptual focus on the verbally defined “Lavoisier cycle” (Lavoisier, 1783), e.g. in respect to the “initial state” and the "caloric" model of heat.[1]

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References

  1. Lavoisier, Antoine; Laplace, Pierre. (1783). Memoir on Heat (translator: Henry Guerlac). Neale, 1982.
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