## Heat and Thermodynamics: An Intermediate TextbookThis respected text deals with large-scale, easily known thermal phenomena and then proceeds to small-scale, less accessible phenomena. The wide range of mathematics used in Dittman and Zemansky's text simultaneously challenges students who have completed a course in impartial differential calculus without alienating those students who have only taken a calculus-based general physics course. Examples of calculations are presented shortly after important formulas are derived. Students see the solutions of problems related to the formulas. Actual thermodynamic experiments are explained in detail. The student sees the applicability of abstract thermodynamic concepts and formulas to real situations. |

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### Contents

parti Fundamental Concepts | 3 |

Simple Thermodynamic Systems | 29 |

Work | 49 |

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Heat and Thermodynamics: An Intermediate Textbook Mark Waldo Zemansky,Richard H. Dittman No preview available - 1997 |

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adiabatic process amount atmospheric pressure atoms Calculate capacity at constant Carnot cycle Carnot engine chemical equilibrium chemical potential chemical reaction coefficient constant volume constituents critical point curve cylinder density diathermic differential electric electrochemical cell enthalpy entropy entropy change equal equation exact differential expressed FIGURE final Gibbs function given helium Helmholtz function hydrostatic system ideal gas ideal gases increase infinitesimal initial integral internal energy irreversible isobaric isobaric process isothermal compressibility isothermal process Joule Joule-Thomson Kelvin kinetic law of thermodynamics liquid low temperatures macroscopic magnetic mass measured mixture molar heat capacity molar volume number of moles paramagnetic particles perature phase transition piston PV diagram quantity quantum radiation reservoir result reversible process second law shown in Fig solid specific heat substance surface surroundings temperature scale thermal equilibrium thermodynamic coordinates thermodynamic temperature triple point vapor variables wire zero