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Thermodynamics in geochemistry : the equilibrium model

Author: Greg M Anderson; David A Crerar
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This text outlines the fundamentals required to understand the science of thermodynamics and provides a comprehensive and balanced coverage of the application of thermodynamics in geochemistry.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg M Anderson; David A Crerar
ISBN: 019506464X 9780195064643
OCLC Number: 803272549
Description: XX, 588 p. : gràf. ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction ; 1. Mathematical background ; 2. Thermodynamics terms ; 3. The first law of thermodynamics ; 4. The second law of thermodynamics ; 5. Statistical interpretation of entropy ; 6. Properties of simple systems ; 7. Applications to simple systems ; 8. Partial and apparent molar properties ; 9. Ideal solutions ; 10. Fugacity and activity ; 11. Standard states ; 12. The equilibrium constant ; 13. Heterogeneous and open systems ; 14. Solid solutions ; 15. Gaseous solutions ; 16. Aqueous electrolyte solutions ; 17. Redox systems ; 18. Speciation calculations
Responsibility: Greg M. Anderson, David A. Crerar.


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