Leszek Wojtczak

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On the basis of conventional scaling theory, the two-point scaling theory was modified in order to describe the influence of composition on the partial molar heat capacity and volume during the micellization process. To verify the theory, isobaric heat capacities and densities of aqueous sodium octanoate solutions were measured over wide composition and(More)
The present work is motivated by still ongoing controversies on such fundamental concepts of relativistic thermodynamics as heat, work, temperature or probability (see e.g. [1] and references therein, and [2]). We are going to show how a distinguished paper by Cubero et al [3] sheds new light on these controversies and enables us to solve them to some(More)
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