Thermodynamic similarity and prediction of the properties and characteristics of substances and processes
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Principles of the theory of thermodynamic similarity are considered in application to all aggregate states of a substance, including phase transitions, and to the change in dissipative structures in open systems.
KeywordsPhase Transition Statistical Physic Open System Dissipative Structure Aggregate State
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