Solution of Equation (4.14) takes two forms (a) the case where Cp is considered not to depend on temperature (i.e. determining the value of A S over a limited range of temperatures) and (b) the more realistic case where Cp is recognized as having a finite temperature dependence. [Pg.142]

Although a wide choice for the other parameters occurring in Eqs. (3.64) and (3.65) is possible, their temperature dependence is small in the vicinity of T°. In practice either G/p or log (G/P) is normally plotted as some function of temperature which necessarily entails some choice for these parameters. Each case should be examined individually to ascertain the change a different choice would make, and to only rely on the results within these limits. [Pg.264]

The magnitude on the left is the heat absorbed in the isothermal change, and of the two expressions on the right the first is dependent only on the initial and final states, and may be called the compensated heat, whilst the second depends on the path, is always negative, except in the limiting case of reversibility, and may be called the uncompensated heat. From (3) we can derive the necessary and sufficient condition of equilibrium in a system at constant temperature. [Pg.96]

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