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By R. H. Parker and D. W. Hopkins (Auth.)

Contents: creation to Thermodynamics Entropy, unfastened strength and Chemical Equilibrium options response Kinetics Electrochemistry Interfacial Phenomena Extraction and Refining of Metals Corrosion and Electrodeposition

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1b. We say that the counters in (a) are more ordered than those in (b). If the counters in (b) were 38 39 picked up and thrown down again it would be very improbable that they would fall in the pattern (a). We know that state (b) is more probable than state (a), and can calculate, by the techniques of statistics, the "probability" W of the two systems. We know that W{h) > W(a), and it is an experimental fact that, in any change which is dependent only on the laws of chance, the change will be such that the probability of the state of the system will increase.

DT±Lt + j ACP,„ . I and ACp,n are the values of ACP below and above the transformation temperature respectively. INTRODUCTION TO THERMODYNAMICS 29 Here, then, as zinc is a product, the heats of transformation are added and Wo 1180 298 693 Δί/ 1373 -Δ# 298 = J ACP>,. dT + Lf,Zn + f ACP,„. dT 1373 + L e ,Zn+ J ACpjn . dJ. 21) 1180 To calculate Δ//298 Δ//298 = (A//Zn + A//C0) - (Δ// Ζη0 + Δ// € ) (Hess's law) = (0-110,500) - (-348,100+0) = +237,700 J. 693 To calculate J àCpjl. d7= / (-15-36+4-77xl0- 3 r+17-45xl0 5 r- 2 )dr.

Carnot (1824) proposed a theorem which stated that all machines working thermodynamically reversibly in cycles between the same temperatures of source and sink have the same efficiency. 5, and the "temperatures of source and sink" refer, in the case of a steam engine, to the temperature of the steam supplied to the engine and the temperature of the steam when the engine has completed its work respectively. Carnot's cycle is a useful method of calculating the efficiency of heat engines. 4. The cycle is shown in Fig.

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