? BRBFI ? British Libraryr Cataloguing in Publication Data. Tien Chang L. Statistical thermodynamics. 1. Statistical thermodynamics. I. Title II. The field of Statistical Thermodynamics is probably the branch of physical chemistry whose coverage in textbooks is most diverse. A canonical way of teaching. Statistical Thermodynamics: Concepts. • Statistical thermodynamics -- link between microscopic properties of matter and its bulk properties. • Two key ideas: .
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PDF | n/a | ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. book provides a solid introduction to the classical and statistical theories of thermodynamics. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics. Richard Fitzpatrick. Professor of Physics. The University of Texas at Austin. Contents. 1 Introduction. 7. Intended. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics. A brief overview. Sitangshu Bikas Santra. Department of Physics. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. Guwahati.
Predictive theories which are also called the distribution function theories on the other hand, have been quite successful in prediction of thermodynamic properties of simple liquids.
Predictive theories involve distribution functions specifying the probability of finding sets of molecules in particular configurations.
Recent developments in the predictive theories of statistical thermodynamics have resulted in equations of state which are of practical importance for calculation of properties of liquids and liquid mixtures of interest to both scientists and engineers.
The present monograph, which is written by three authorities in the field of applied statistical thermodynamics, provides a compact and well balanced presentation of the predictive statistical thermodynamic theories of equation of state of simple liquids and their mixtures.
In the discussions made in this monograph only the two-body central intermolecular forces are considered. Also, the discussions on the distribution functions are-limited to the radial or pair distribution function.
The book consists of four chapters. In Chapter 1 canonical and grand canonical ensemble theories are utilized in order to express thermodynamic functions with respect to the pair distribution function.
In Chapter 2, integral and integro-differential equations of the radial distribution function are presented.
Chapter 3 of the monograph consists of the survey of the perturbation theories of pure fluids for a variety of pair-intermolecular potential models. Published on Aug 9, SlideShare Explore Search You.
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