Two faces of Maxwell's demon reveal the nature of irreversibility

demon thought experiment remains ambiguous even today. One of the most delightful thought It seems that Maxwell originally invoked experiments in the history of physical science is..
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DOI 10.1016/0039-3681(90)90025-4
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