1. The Phase Equilibrium Problem. 2. Classical Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria. 3. Thermodynamic Properties from Volumetric Data. 4. Intermolecular Forces, Corresponding States and Osmotic… Expand

A new model is proposed for the study of the liquid–vapor phase transition. The potential energy of a given configuration of N molecules is defined by U(r1, ···, rN) = [W(r1, ···, rN) − Nυ0]e/υ0≤0,… Expand

We report molecular dynamics studies of small liquid drops (41–2004 molecules) in which the atoms interact with a Lennard‐Jones intermolecular potential cutoff at 2.5σ and shifted by the potential at… Expand

The assumptions underlying the lattice theory of liquids of Lennard‐Jones and Devonshire are examined. Four modifications of this theory have been proposed which avoid some of these assumptions.… Expand

The gas–liquid surface of a system of Lennard-Jones (12, 6) molecules has been simulated by Monte Carlo and by Molecular Dynamic methods at temperatures which span most of the liquid range. For… Expand

This textbook covers the themodynamics needed by chemical engineers both in their engineering and in their chemistry; it is intended for use in all undergraduate and some graduate-level courses. The… Expand