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We first calculate by Eq. (5 - 8- 12) the volume dependence of the molar energy t.
We need to find (dp/dT)v. Solving (5-8- 13) for p, one gets P = Hence Thus (5-8-
12) yields RT v - b (<>2\ - R \dTjv v - b (5-8-14) (5-8-15) or, by (5-8-14), \dv)r \dTJ.
Table 7-71 lists directly measured values of the molar specific heat cp at constant
pressure for some solids at room temperature. The molar specific heat Cy at
constant volume is somewhat less (by about 5 percent, as calculated in ...
Furthermore vB is the molar volume of the gas and vA that of the liquid at the
pressure and temperature of the phase transformation. If under these
circumstances a fraction £ of the mole of substance is in the gaseous phase, then
the total molar ...
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