Generalized Maxwell Relations in Thermodynamics with Metric Derivatives

@article{Weberszpil2017GeneralizedMR,
  title={Generalized Maxwell Relations in Thermodynamics with Metric Derivatives},
  author={J. Weberszpil and Wen Chen},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={407}
}
In this contribution, we develop the Maxwell generalized thermodynamical relations via the metric derivative model upon the mapping to a continuous fractal space. This study also introduces the total q-derivative expressions depending on two variables, to describe nonextensive statistical mechanics and also the α -total differentiation with conformable derivatives. Some results in the literature are re-obtained, such as the physical temperature defined by Sumiyoshi Abe. 
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