In spite of the second law of thermodynamics, crystallization of pure liquids usually begins at lower temperature than the melting point, due to high activation energy of homogeneous nucleation
6) Accounting for energy losses due to friction and unwanted heat transfer, could an internal combustion engine be built for an automobile which would be capable of converting 100% of the remaining available energy from combusted gasoline into energy used for moving the car?
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