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Thermodynamic Calculation of a Heat of First-Order Phase Transitions

2016
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Journal of Thermodynamics & Catalysis
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Experimental Methods Part I: calculation of the evaporation heat for liquid gases and metals General expressions for the transition heat of first-order phase transitions: The conventional expression for a transition heat λ=T∆S has two substantial drawbacks. First, in some phase transitions, for example, in evaporation, not only entropy changes but a system does the work, which can only be supplied by an external source of heat. Second, the transition heat is expressed in terms of the entropy

doi:10.4172/2157-7544.1000163
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