Theory of Real Gases
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Any one of the relations of Gibbs  between the appropriate thermodynamic potential of the system and the corresponding partitio function may be used as a starting equation for deriving the equilibrium properties of a system. The evaluation of the partition function is usually somewhat easier and more direct for the Grand Canonical Ensemble of Gibbs than for either the Macro Canonical or the Micro Canonical. The Grand Canonical Ensemble is appropriate for the description of a system whose thermodynamic state is described by giving the volume, V, the absolute temperature, T, and the values of the chemical potential, µ a , per molecule for all species, a, of molecules composing the system.
KeywordsPartition Function Nuclear Spin Pair Distribution Function Grand Canonical Ensemble Positive Real Axis
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