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When answering the question of what properties a material has, a theoretical physicist may ask. “What is its Hamiltonian?” or “What is its Lagrangian?” Most physicists seem to believe that every physical property of a material can be predicted once the Hamiltonian or Lagrangian of some physical phenomena are known.
KeywordsPhysical System Shannon Entropy Thermodynamical Entropy Equilibrium Statistical Mechanic Operational Thinking
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