Topics in Thermodynamics of Solutions and Liquid Mixtures
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Over three hundred Topics in Thermodynamics (which can addressed individually) describe the thermodynamic properties of aqueous solutions and aqueous mixtures. The Gibbs energies of these systems are discussed leading through successive differential operations to enthalpies, volumes, heat capacities, compressibilities (isobaric and isentropic) and expansibilities. These properties are linked quantitatively to corresponding partial molar properties including chemical potentials and generally partial molar volumes, partial molar enthalpies, partial molar heat capacities, partial molar expansibilities and compressibilities. Key equations link experimentally determined variables (e.g. densities) and partial molar properties (e.g. partial molar volumes) of the components in an aqueous solution/mixture. Extensive references are given to published papers describing application of the equations.