Clausius

[klou-zee-uh s]
noun
  1. Ru·dolf Jul·ius E·man·u·el [roo-dolf jool-yuh s i-man-yoo-uh l; German roo-dawlf yoo-lee-oo s ey-mah-noo-el] /ˈru dɒlf ˈdʒul yəs ɪˈmæn yu əl; German ˈru dɔlf ˈyu liˌʊs eɪˈmɑ nuˌɛl/, 1822–88, German mathematical physicist: pioneer in the field of thermodynamics.
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Clausius

noun
  1. Rudolf Julius (ˈruːdɔlf ˈjuːliʊs). 1822–88, German physicist and mathematician. He enunciated the second law of thermodynamics (1850) and developed the kinetic theory of gases
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