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4-7 THE FREE ENERGY

sections , the entropy was employed to measure the extent to which the energy of

a system is unavailable for doing work at constant temperature and to

characterize ...

4-7 THE FREE ENERGY

**FUNCTION**AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE In previoussections , the entropy was employed to measure the extent to which the energy of

a system is unavailable for doing work at constant temperature and to

characterize ...

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The solutions , or wave

products of three factors , each ... It is appropriate to ask what the physical

counterpart of the

this ...

The solutions , or wave

**functions**, the expressions that satisfy this equation , areproducts of three factors , each ... It is appropriate to ask what the physical

counterpart of the

**function**ų is , but it is not possible to give a precise answer tothis ...

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The number of spherical nodes is equal to n - 1 , and for every orbital there must

be at least one spherical node , the surface corresponding to an infinitely large

value of r , so that the wave

The number of spherical nodes is equal to n - 1 , and for every orbital there must

be at least one spherical node , the surface corresponding to an infinitely large

value of r , so that the wave

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### Contents

1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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