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Thermodynamics : an introduction to the physical theories of equilibrium thermostatistics and irreversible thermodynamics / Herbert B. Callen

  title={Thermodynamics : an introduction to the physical theories of equilibrium thermostatistics and irreversible thermodynamics / Herbert B. Callen},
  author={Herbert B. Callen},

Resultant entropy/information, phase/entropy continuity and bond multiplicities in degenerate electronic states

The probability and phase/current facets of electronic states generate the classical and nonclassical information terms, respectively. The current-related supplements of the classical information

Quantum information approach to electronic equilibria: molecular fragments and non-equilibrium thermodynamic description

The quantum-generalized Information Theory is applied to explore molecular equilibrium states by using the resultant information content of electronic states, determind by the classical (probability

MA 5928 Models and numerical methods for Eulerian and Lagrangian hyperbolic equations

These notes concern a course given at the TUM during Spring 2019. We consider systems of conservation law and systems of balance laws under the form ∂tU +∇ · f(U) = S where the space coordinate is x

Thermodynamics of interacting tachyonic scalar field

In this paper we discuss the laws of thermodynamics for interacting tachyonic scalar field. The components of the tachyonic scalar field in the universe are taken to exist in the state of

Braun-Le Chatelier principle in dissipative thermodynamics

Braun-Le Chatelier principle is a fundamental result of equilibrium thermodynamics, showing how stable equilibrium states shift when external conditions are varied. The principle follows from

Use of Harriman’s construction in determining molecular equilibrium states

Information-theoretic description of the electron probabilities and currents in molecules is extended to cover the complex amplitudes (wave functions) of quantum mechanics. The classical information

Entropic representation in the theory of molecular electronic structure

The entropic perspective on the molecular electronic structure is investigated. Information-theoretic description of electron probabilities is extended to cover the complex amplitudes (wave

Brownian Dynamics Simulation of Dusty Plasma: Comparison with Generalized Hydrodynamics

Brownian dynamics (BD) simulation method has been widely used for studying problems in dispersed systems, such as polymer solutions, colloidal suspensions and more recently, complex (dusty) plasmas.