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B,V,tt The quantity m is called the "chemical potential per molecule" of the jth
chemical species and has been denned so that it has the dimensions of energy.
Then (8-7-2) can be written in the form dS = jidE + fdV-2!fdNi (8-7-6) or ^ dE = T
In the same way, it is sometimes useful to define a chemical potential per mole.
This is given by the relation (dG/dvi) ; since Vi = Ni/Na, it is N„ times larger than
the corresponding chemical One could readily extend the arguments of this
Mathematically, this is manifested by the properties of the chemical potential In
the last chapter we saw that the chemical potential is the important parameter
determining the equilibrium conditions between phases or chemical components.
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