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Im reading a paper about the off stoiciometric peak of adiabatic temperature, and i came across this statement, "cp=R0(33.32+17?)/(274.56+16?) (J/gK) for ?<1and cp=R0(44.32 + 6?)/(274.56 + 16?) (J/gK) for ?>1. Both expressions show an increasing trend with ?, and hence provide further support for the result of increasing cp,2 with ?". Is it just me, or is the second statement, for phi > 0 going to result in cp dropping?
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Why do people try to act like it's cool to be a physicist? They're like, "Look! I have discovered the true shape of nature!" Meanwhile, the mathematicians are like,
"Sheesh brutha, a magician ain't supposed to be given away his secrets!" And then he shrugs it off and goes back to his work, and laughs internally to himself.
He thinks, my only regret is that I won't be alive when they learn the purpose, the reason behind my study of algebraic geometry. But at least I have laid them the building blocks behind how to study it.