A Brief Introduction of Gibbs Paradox:- In statistical mechanics, a simple derivation of the entropy of an ideal gas based on the Boltzmann distribution yields an expression for the entropy which is not extensive (is not proportional to the amount of gas in question).
This leads to an apparent paradox known as the Gibbs paradox, allowing, for instance, the entropy of closed systems to decrease, violating the second law of thermodynamics.
When I first conducted this, we noticed that whilst the female displayed good vital signs, we were not however sure as regards the normalcy thereof.
Because of this, we had to undergo other tests so as to ensure that the operation was indeed successful.
After the second hour, we monitored her hourly and it was shown that her vital signs continue to rise towards normalcy. However, she was not ready to start eating and drinking anything.
It was only two hours after she woke up that she expressed thirst and was given a drink.A colleague and I received the recently operated woman into the post-operative recovery care unit.Upon seeing the woman, my colleague and I were unsure as to how she coped with the surgery and whether or not she has fared well in this regard.These tests also focused on the fluid loss experienced by the patient.Generally, we were not able to actually determine something abnormal as regards her fluid loss.One of the models of reflection will provide the framework for this essay.There are several models of reflection but the reflective model I have chosen is Gibbs Reflective Cycle (Gibbs 1988), with which I am familiar and I find it to be the most clear and concise than the other choices.The Gibbs Reflective Cycle (Gibbs 1988) will be applied throughout the essay to facilitate analytic......This paper contains a deeply analyzed report about Gibbs Paradox along with its relationship with different theories like Information theory and thermodynamic entropy.In view thereof, this paper is thus divided into the following sections: (1) description, (2) feelings, (3) evaluation, (4) analysis, (5) conclusion and (6) action plan.Description A sixty year old woman was recently operated because of a heart disease.