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Thermodynamics – Bazarov
In this post, we will see the book Thermodynamics by I. P. Bazarov. About the book This book is the first part of a course on “Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics” held at present in physical and physicomathematical faculties of … Continue reading
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Tagged applications of thermodynamics, critical phenomena, cyclical processes, first law of thermodynamics, gibbshelmholtz equation, irreversible processes, negative absolute temperatures, nernst's heat theorem, phase transformations, physics, second law of thermodynamics, surface phenomena, thermodynamic equilibrium, thermodynamics
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The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics – Sychev
In this post, we will see the book The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics by V. V. Sychev. About the book Thermodynamics, as is known, is constructed quite simply. Two of its main laws have been established experimentally, and by applying … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary curves, clausiusclapeyron equations, complex thermodynamic systems, critical point, differential equations, entropy, first law of thermodynamics, flow processes, gibbshelmholtz equations, heat capacities, isentrope, isolines, mathematical physics, maxwell equations, phase transitions, physics, second law of thermodynamics, simple systems, thermodynamic potentials, thermodynamic systems, theromodynamics
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