Applied Aspects of Classical Thermodynamics. Part II: Some Consequences of Expressions for the Heat of Transition of Phase Transitions of the First Kind

It is proven that there is no critical point on the melting line using the previously established formulas for the heat of melting and the heat of evaporation. At a critical point, an expression relating thermodynamic parameters is found. The estimated derivative at the critical point changes by only one or two percent, as illustrated. Also obtained is a completely new phrase for determining the volumes of atoms and molecules.

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A. A. Sobko
Prokhorov Academy of Engineering Sciences, Russian Federation.

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