This contributed book provides insights into how thermodynamics can help in decision making, process design, and materials selection for project managers and research workers in the fields of chemical engineering, chemistry, metallurgy, materials science, geochemistry, and extraction metallurgy. Strong emphasis throughout on the use of computers for systemizing thermodynamic data and for undertaking calculations of equilibria and properties. Provides a guide for current ideas, methods, and data sources, along with explicit applications examples and indications of future trends.
Table of Contents
High Temperature Inorganic Chemistry and Metallurgy (T. Barry, et al.).
Aqueous Solutions of Dilute and Concentrated Electrolytes (R. Davies, et al.).
The Contribution of Phase Equilibria Studies to Chemical Industries (J. Jenkins, et al.).
Industrial Uses of Equations of State (R. Gibbons, et al.).