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Phase diagrams and thermodynamic modeling of solutions

Front Cover -- Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamic Modeling Of Solutions -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- List of Websites -- Part I: Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamics -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- References -- List of Websites -- Chapter 2: Thermodynamics F...

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Authors and Corporations: Pelton, Arthur D. (Author)
Type of Resource: E-Book
Language: English
published:
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Oxford, United Kingdom, Cambridge, United States Elsevier [2019]
© 2019ff
Subjects:
Source: Verbunddaten SWB
Subject: DK 541.12
DK 536.7
DK 54-14
ISBN: 9780128016695
0128016698
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Summary: Front Cover -- Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamic Modeling Of Solutions -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- List of Websites -- Part I: Phase Diagrams and Thermodynamics -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- References -- List of Websites -- Chapter 2: Thermodynamics Fundamentals -- 2.1. The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics -- 2.1.1. Nomenclature -- 2.1.2. The First Law -- 2.1.3. The Second Law -- 2.1.4. The Fundamental Equation of Thermodynamics -- 2.2. Enthalpy -- 2.2.1. ``Absolute´´ Enthalpy -- 2.2.2. Standard Enthalpy of Formation -- 2.3. Gibbs Energy -- 2.4. Equilibrium and Chemical Reactions -- 2.4.1. Equilibria Involving a Gaseous Phase -- 2.4.2. A Note on Nonideal Gases -- 2.4.3. Predominance Diagrams -- 2.5. Measuring Gibbs Energy, Enthalpy and Entropy -- 2.5.1. Measuring Gibbs Energy Change -- 2.5.2. Measuring Enthalpy Change -- 2.5.3. Measuring Entropy-The Third Law of Thermodynamics -- 2.6. Gibbs Energy of a Pure Compound as a Function of Temperature -- 2.7. Auxiliary Functions -- 2.8. The Chemical Potential -- 2.9. Some Other Useful Thermodynamic Equations -- 2.9.1. The Gibbs-Duhem Equation -- 2.9.2. General Auxiliary Functions -- Reference -- List of Websites -- Chapter 3: The Gibbs Phase Rule -- 3.1. The Phase Rule and Binary Temperature-Composition Phase Diagrams -- 3.1.1. Three-Phase Invariants in Binary Temperature-Composition Phase Diagrams -- 3.2. Other Examples of Applications of the Phase Rule -- Reference -- Chapter 4: Fundamentals of the Thermodynamics of Solutions -- 4.1. Gibbs Energy of Mixing -- 4.2. Tangent Construction -- 4.3. Partial Molar Properties -- 4.4. Relative Partial Molar Properties -- 4.4.1. A Note on Standard States -- 4.5. Activity -- 4.6. Ideal Raoultian Solutions -- 4.7. Excess Properties -- 4.8. Activity Coefficients -- 4.9. Regular Solution Theory.
Physical Description: 1 Online-Ressource (xviii, 383 Seiten); Illustrationen, Diagramme
ISBN: 9780128016695
0128016698