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We see immediately that the stability condition dp/dv < 0 is violated in the region
Vi < v < v2 where the curve has positive slope. Thus values of v in this range are
certainly excluded since they would lead to an intrinsically unstable situation.
M. Hence a curve of g(T,p) versus p along the constant-temperature curve has
the appearance shown in Fig. 8 6-3. (The points on this curve are labeled to
correspond to those of Fig. 8-6-2.) From this diagram one can readily see what ...
The condition (11-4-12) is satisfied everywhere along the phase transformation (
i.e., critical temperature) curve of Fig. 11-4-1. Proceeding as in the derivation of
the Clausius-Clapeyron equation (8-5-9), the relation (11-4-12) applied to a ...
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