Thermochemical Data of Pure Substances, Third Edition by Ihsan Barin

By Ihsan Barin

This can be the revised, prolonged, updated 3rd version of the acclaimed reference e-book 'Thermochemical information of natural Substances'.

The introductory part discusses thermodynamic thought and purposes concisely and explains how top to exploit the tables; it has additionally been elevated to consult ores, coal, waste and residues. Researched and organized with meticulous care, it includes finished thermodynamic info tables for over 2500 natural components in several levels, over 230 of that are natural. The popular readability of the tables and the wealth of worthwhile info contained therein promises the excessive normal of this celebrated work.

'This is surely the most broad units of knowledge to be had, masking a amazing variety of compounds...listing values for the entire thermodynamic variables over the complete diversity of temperatures considered.' Faraday Transactions

'The creation is meant as a aid for these no longer good- versed in chemical thermodynamics, yet, by way of offering labored examples, additionally is helping these more proficient to comb up forgotten basics.' Arzneimittel-Forschun

Content:
Chapter 1 Thermodynamic capabilities and family (pages 1–20):
Chapter 2 Calculation of Thermochemical capabilities (pages 21–31):
Chapter three Compilation of Thermochemical facts (pages 33–34):
Chapter four guidance of the Tables (pages 35–36):
Chapter five building of the Tables (page 37):
Chapter 6 Contents and constitution of the Tables (pages 38–39):
Chapter 7 Examples of Thermodynamic Calculations (pages 41–58):
Chapter eight basic Constants and Conversion elements (pages 59–62):
Chapter nine Symbols and Abbreviations utilized in the Tables (page 63):
Chapter 10 Reference stages of parts at 1 Bar (pages 64–67):
Chapter eleven References for the information within the Tables (pages 68–69):
Chapter 12 Ag?AuTe2 (pages 1–103):
Chapter 12 B?Br2 (pages 104–208):
Chapter 12 C?C10H22 (pages 209–312):
Chapter 12 CHBr3?CS2 (pages 313–415):
Chapter 12 Ca?CeTe (pages 416–523):
Chapter 12 Cl?Cu2Te (pages 524–634):
Chapter 12 D?FeWO4 (pages 635–727):
Chapter 12 Ga?Ge5U3 (pages 728–780):
Chapter 12 H?Ho2O3 (pages 781–843):
Chapter 12 I?Kr (pages 844–924):
Chapter 12 La?Lu2O3 (pages 925–992):
Chapter 12 Mg?Mo5Si3 (pages 993–1079):
Chapter 12 N?NpO3*H2O (pages 1080–1237):
Chapter 12 O?Pu(SO4)2 (pages 1238–1358):
Chapter 12 Rb?Ru3U (pages 1359–1402):
Chapter 12 S?SeO2 (pages 1403–1479):
Chapter 12 Si?SrWO4 (pages 1480–1586):
Chapter 12 Ta?Th2N2O (pages 1587–1655):
Chapter 12 ThO?Tm2O3 (pages 1656–1724):
Chapter 12 U?WS2 (pages 1725–1815):
Chapter 12 WS2?e (pages 1815–1885):

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Thermochemical Data of Pure Substances, Third Edition

This is often the revised, prolonged, updated 3rd version of the acclaimed reference booklet 'Thermochemical info of natural Substances'. The introductory part discusses thermodynamic thought and functions concisely and explains how top to take advantage of the tables; it has additionally been extended to consult ores, coal, waste and residues.

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6 Changes in U and H of closed systems @ H / B T ) , = C, . 5. For ideal gases, Transformations on the total differentials of U(7; V ) and H ( 7 ; p ) using relations between partial derivatives as well as Maxwell relations yield: (aU/aV,lT = nT (internal pressure) a = l/T = -p+Ta/K K = l/p . C,-CV=R For condensed phases the difference between Cp and C, is determined by the constants a and K and, thus varies from substance to substance. where a is the expansion coefficient and K the isothermal compressibility.

The law of conservation of energy for an isolated system is expressed by Ekin +E,,, + U = constant and in case of internal state changes U = constant. where Wad is the (adiabatic) work carried out and AE the change in energy of the system. In an adiabatic process the work done on or by the system corresponds to the change in the energy of the U is a state function that depends on the internal state variables of the system considered. Change in internal energy for different systems: 1 Thermodynamic functions and relations 1-5 AU = W thermally isolated system for a n isolated system, AU=O isolated system AH=Q AU = Q + W closed system for a closed system at p = constant.

56 Cp-Cv = bar-' = 2 . 4 J K - ' mol-' . 4% of C,. ( a w a z - ) , = cp 1 Thermodynamic functions and relations d U = CvdT+[-p + Ta/K] d V d H = C, dT+ [ V (1 -Ta)] dp . , L l j ~= 1-7 (aT/ap)H = - ( a H / a p ) T / c p pjT is the Joule-Thomson coefficient.

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