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*From*: Diego Saravia <dsa@unsa.edu.ar>*Date*: Sat, 21 Jun 2014 11:10:00 -0300

Equation [1] has a delightful pictorial interpretation

in terms of vectors in an abstract high-dimensional

space. Let's be clear: dE, dV, dS, and similar things

must be considered vectors.

or dE dV componentes of the "diferencial of state vector"

and 1/T -P/T of the covector or something like that

http://www.fys.ku.dk/~andresen/BAhome/ownpapers/ThermoStates_Konopka/ThermoStates.pdf

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**References**:**[Phys-L] notation for partial derivatives***From:*Carl Mungan <mungan@usna.edu>

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