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What is a easy way to understand all the laws of thermodynamics and an example for each would be helpful. Perhaps a analogy or the like.

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Answer #1

The easy way to understand the laws of thermodynamics is -

Thermodynamics consists of these followings law -

**zeroth law -** if two bodies A and B are in
thermal equilibrium with a another body C then the all bodies A B
and C will be also in thermal equilibrium to each other.

Example- thermometer is the most well known example of zeroth law.

**first law-** this law is also known as the
conservation of energy . Or it states that the energy can be
generated ir destroyed it only can change one form to another
form..

**second law-** it states that the total entropy of
an isolated system can never decrease over time and it is constant
if the process is reversible.

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