Thermodynamics of Materials A Classical and Statistical Synthesis
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Description: Demystifies the subject by demonstrating the natural connection between classical and statistical approaches to thermodynamics, both as a means of obtaining useful information about existing systems and illustrating the relation between the molecular and macroscopic level properties of systems. Presents practical problems in terms of classical thermodynamic equations and solves them using the techniques of statistical thermodynamics.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/25/1996
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Review of Classical Thermodynamics|
|The Laws of Classical Thermodynamics|
|Criteria for Equilibrium|
|Useful Mathematical Relations|
|General Theory of Phase Stability|
|Fundamentals of Statistical Thermodynamics|
|Basis of Statistical Thermodynamics|
|Evaluation of Probabilities|
|Evaluation of the Allowed Energies|
|Classical Thermodynamics of One-Component Systems|
|The Monatomic Ideal Gas|
|The Polyatomic Ideal Gas|
|The Einstein Model of the Solid|
|The Debye Model of the Solid|
|Classical Thermodynamics of Multicomponent Systems|
|Classical Thermodynamics of Solutions|
|The Lattice Gas with Interactions|
|The Perfect Electron Gas|