To differentiate AG/T, apply the rule for differentiating a quotient to give [Pg.128]

Let us now differentiate AG/T, with respect to temperature. From the usual rule for differentiating a quotient, we find that [Pg.153]

The partial derivative with respect to V is somewhat trickier. For the first term we use the rule for differentiating a quotient (Chapter 35) while for the second we write l/V as The partial derivative is thus [Pg.141]

Problems in chemistry sometimes require the differentiation of functions which are more complicated than those discussed so far. In the previous chapter it was seen how to differentiate a function multiplied by a constant, and sums and differences of simple functions. For completeness, these rules are formalised here, before products and quotients of functions are considered. [Pg.126]

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