Rossini

In mononyms, Rossini refers, in hmolscience, to Frederick Rossini (1899-1900), American chemical thermodynamicist, student of Gilbert Lewis, famous for his 1971 speech “Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World”, asserted that enthalpy equates to security, entropy equates to freedom, and that these two explain the precarious inverse relation balance between freedom and security in society.

See also
Rossini debate
Rossini hypothesis

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