Thermodynamics of Structural Changes
In this chapter we will discuss some fundamentals of thermodynamics and then apply the knowledge to elucidate the rates of reactions, phase changes, diffusion, and surface properties.
KeywordsFree Energy Surface Tension Contact Angle Free Energy Change Free Energy Curve
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