Lecture 07 - Note - Cp and Cv

In terms of isothermalcompressibility

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Unformatted text preview: 0, and divide by : (4) . Thus, , ( : enthalpy) we obtain a Maxwell’s relation: (5) / . where the thermal expansion coefficient / Using Euler's chain rule (6) , and the bulk modulus , we get (7) (8) (9) Another expression in terms of compressibility (inverse of bulk modulus) is of general interest. In terms of isothermal compressibility and adiabatic compressibility , the following holds: / since / / (10) / . G.‐H. Gweon Phys 231, Fall 2007, UCSC Page 1 Specific heat at constant pressure and volume for a special useful case ex...
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