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Phases, Phase Transition, Phase Equilibria



Phase Transition

Phases are regions of a thermodynamic system and may be described as different states of matter such as gas, liquid, solid, plasma or Bose–Einstein condensate.

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General Information


Phase Equilibrium and Intermolecular Interactions
Basic information



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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Binary Eutectic Systems
Alloys with limited solubility - Format: PDF

Binary Phase Diagrams
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Phase Diagrams
Microstructure and Phase Transformations in Multicomponent Systems - Format: PDF

Phase Diagrams
Basics: binary phases - Format: PDF

Phase Equilibria
Lecture notes

Phase Equilibria and Molecular Solutions
Lecture notes

Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams
Lecture notes

Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Phase Transformations in Metals
Lecture notes in materials science - Format: PDF

Thermodynamics Of Phase Transitions
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Thermodynamics of Phase Transitions
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Software and Programs


VLE
Phase equilibria vapour-liquid (-liquid) and mixing functions for nonelectrolyte mixtures



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Journals


Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion
JPED is focused on the crystallographic, chemical, diffusion, and other kinetic properties of phases. It features critical phase diagram evaluations on scientifically and industrially important alloy systems, authored by international experts, as well as critically reviewed basic and applied research results, and a survey of current literature. Springer







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Peter Atkins, Julio de Paula

Atkins' Physical Chemistry

Atkins' Physical Chemistry remains the benchmark of achievement for a chemistry degree throughout the world. The judicious choice of topics, the clear writing style of both authors, and the careful exposition of maths, reaffirm the book's position as market leader. In the eighth edition the authors provide a more compact presentation through the careful restructuring and redistribution of material. The coverage of introductory topics has been streamlined, and later topics rationalized, bringing into sharper focus the scope of the text to mirror the needs of today's students and lecturers. Mathematics remains an intrinsic yet challenging part of physical chemistry; the new edition offers greater explanation and support, to ensure that students can master the important mathematical principles, without sacrificing the rigour and depth of its mathematical content. The pedagogical framework, which is a hallmark of Atkins' writing, has been strengthened further: new 'Notes on good practice' provide guidance on the use of terminology and help students to avoid common pitfalls; short 'Commentaries' remind students of the applications of mathematical and physical concepts, and provide useful cross-references to related resources in the book and on the accompanying companion web site. The eighth edition introduces new 'Impact on' sections which integrate the impact of physical chemistry on modern applications such as biology, biochemistry, medicine, nanoscience and astrophysics. All these exciting new features and innovations are presented within a new full colour text design, to stimulate and engage students still further. Online Resource Centre: The companion web site contains Living Graphs, illustrations from the book, and web links. An Instructor's Solutions Manual (free to adopters) and a Student's Solutions Manual are also available. The book is also complemented by a new edition of the 'Explorations in Physical Chemistry' CD, which contains interactive Excel worksheets and exercises related to the Living Graphs, allowing students to visualise, actively explore and test their understanding of the subject.

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