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This graduate-level textual content starts with uncomplicated innovations of thermodynamics and keeps throughout the research of Jacobian concept. Maxwell equations, balance, concept of actual gases, severe aspect idea, and chemical thermodynamics.

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1) equations and μIC = μIIC = μIII C = . . e. (ϕ − 1) equations, etc. 53) and contribute c(ϕ – 1) equations. The equilibrium conditions together result in a total of (c + 2)(ϕ – 1) equations. The number of degrees of freedom is again the difference between the number of variables and the number of equations relating them: f = No. of variables − No. 81) is the generalized Gibbs phase rule. 72) for the special case of a unary system. 8 Phase diagrams for a hypothetical binary system in the form of a Type 1 (T versus aB ) diagram, a Type 2 (T versus XB ) diagram and a Type 3 (S versus XB ) diagram.

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