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Thermodynamics Tutorial 1. Fundamentals and internal energy

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  1. Frostbite
    • one year ago
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    This tutorial will be focusing on the fundamentals for the study of thermodynamics together with the introduction of the internal energy. This tutorial will also try to explain the statistical thermodynamic concepts of the many known classical thermodynamic concepts, as an experimental approach to understand thermodynamics better. The text is rather long, and therefore I will be releasing these tutorials as PDF files. The tutorial will be a part of a series of tutorials which are: 1. Fundamentals and internal energy 2. Enthalpy and thermochemistry 3. Entropy and spontaneous functions 4. Focusing on the system: The chemical potential Constructive feedback always appreciated.

  2. Michele_Laino
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    good tutorial!! If I can, I suggest to add the Maxwell's distribution, and then the procedure to get the average quadratic speed of a molecule of a perfect gas

  3. Photon336
    • 10 months ago
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    @Frostbite thanks for this tutorial. this is great I need to review this stuff myself

  4. Frostbite
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    Thank you for the kind words! I am really thinking about making the next one about statistical mechanics with huge emphasis on the Boltzmann distribution, the partition function, and the quantum mechanical contributions to the partition function. Just wondering how far I should go. Any suggestions @Photon336 ?

  5. Photon336
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    I think you did a great job with this, I don't have any other suggestions. BTW i'll probably be asking you questions. I was never great at thermodynamics.

  6. rvc
    • 7 months ago
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    good job buddy :)

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