Wiley-ISTE; 1 edition
PDF version of this book; It is a part of a set of ebooks that offers advanced students successive characterization tool phases; the study of all types of phase (gas; liquid; and solid; pure or multi-component); chemical and electrochemical equilibria; process engineering; and the properties of surfaces and phases of small sizes. The book in question is called Phase Transformations (Chemical Engineering: Chemical Thermodynamics Book 5). A consistent association between the two scales is covered by both the microscopic and the macroscopic models in turn. The rigorous nature of the mathematical advancements has received a lot of focus and consideration.
This fifth volume is devoted to the investigation of changes and equilibriums that occur between different phases. Both the microscopic and the macroscopic methods to phase equilibria are discussed in detail, as are the first- and second-order pure phase transformations.
The thermodynamics of demixing and azeotropy are described in detail and applied to strictly-regular solutions throughout the presentation of binary systems. The eutectic and peritectic points, in addition to the reactions associated with each of those points, are investigated. The study of ternary systems will eventually lead one to become familiar with the ideas of ternary azeotropes and eutectics. The interventions of certain chemicals, with or without corresponding melting, are taken into account for each and every form of solid-liquid system. It is also possible to illustrate the specific characteristics of the several important points contained inside a diagram.
Please be aware that the Phase Transformations (Volume 5) booklet is only included in this product in PDF format. This purchase does not come with any access codes or additional volumes.