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Table of thermodynamic equations
The following page is a concise list of common thermodynamic equations and quantities: Additional recommended knowledge
List
The following equations are classified by subject. First law of thermodynamicsNote that the symbol δ represents the fact that because q and w are not state functions, δq and δw are inexact differentials. In some fields such as physical chemistry, positive work is conventionally considered work done on the system rather than by the system, and the law is expressed as dU = δq + δw. Entropy, only for reversible processes Quantum PropertiesDistinguishable Particles Indistinguishable Particles heteronuclear homonuclear
Quasistatic and reversible processHeat capacity at constant pressureHeat capacity at constant volumeEnthalpyHelmholtz free energyGibbs free energyMaxwell relations
Incremental processesCompressibility at constant temperatureMore relations
Equation Table for an Ideal Gas (PV^{m} = constant)
Other useful identities
Proof #1An example using the above methods is:
Proof #2Another example:
References


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