## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 4 |

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Instead of deriving an expression for the partial entropy as is done for the partial

Instead of deriving an expression for the partial entropy as is done for the partial

**enthalpy**, we may take the difference between the**enthalpy**and activity terms . Thus , ( S ; - $ 1,6 ) / R = ( H ; - H1,0 ) / RT – In ( a ; / 01,0 ) ...Page 210

3.0 ( H2 - H2,0 ) / RT , Q = 0.002 2.0 In 02 / 02,0 CC = 0.002 PARTIAL FREE ENERGY ,

3.0 ( H2 - H2,0 ) / RT , Q = 0.002 2.0 In 02 / 02,0 CC = 0.002 PARTIAL FREE ENERGY ,

**ENTHALPY**AND ENTROPY ( H2 - H2,0 ) / RT , OC = 0.020 2 OC - ( 52-520 ) / R , OC = 0.002 In Oz / Ozp , OC = 0.020 1.0 20C ( 52-520 ) / R , OC = 0.020 1 ...Page 223

Since the

Since the

**enthalpy**expression is different from that for the CsCl phases , the theoretical equations to be presented below for thermodynamic activity and partial**enthalpy**will be different but the expressions for the partial entropy ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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