A New Perspective on Heat, Energy and Entropy
If by convention H = T S then entropy S has units of e which is Coulombs. Under the conventional understanding that energy E is Heat H.
The problem – If E is eVe then my interpretation is correct.
However if Heat is E is eV then the empirical outcome is not attainable.
The subtle point here is that heat H is energy E per coulomb or or the energy per one Coulomb.
The reason why we do not see the difference is that “one Coulomb” is like “one dozen” (e.g., a dozen oranges, a dozen bananas, a dozen apples). One Coulomb is 6.24 x 1018 particles – electrons, photons, ions.
Example: Mass of an electron 9.11 x 10-31 Kg. Energy E=mc2 of one electron is 8.187 x 10-14 Joules or eVe
Energy of one coulomb of electrons is 9.11 x 10-31 Kg / e x c2 which is 511 keV. The eV unit is that of Heat or Joules per Coulomb.