The generalized compressibility factor graphs may be considerably in error for strongly polar gases which are gases for which the centers of positive and negative charge do not coincide. The compressibility factor Z is a useful thermodynamic property for modifying the ideal gas law to account for behavior of real gases. Molecular Thermodynamics.
Pennwell Books. Example of a generalized compressibility factor graph Public domain; Milton Beychok. Results of calculating the equations of state have shown that for liquids with slight repulsion alkali metals, solt melts, alloys , a single-component plasma model is best suited.
It should be noted that the final expression for the equation of state of liquid metals—in addition to the configurational term determined by the variational method, the expression for energy—must include terms according to the Coulomb interaction energy and the kinetic energy of particles of the system, whose total value at high temperatures becomes significant. There is no other possibility.
Where experimental data is available for specific gases, that data may be used to produce graphs such as in Figure 1 of Z versus pressure at a constant temperature or of Z versus pressure for various temperatures for those specific gases.
Benedict, G. External pressure in this case only influences the boundary temperature, while the spectrum itself remains harmonic. Found a problem? Hence, all one needs to know to describe any fluid's behavior is its critical point.
The model for hard spheres, being the simplest nontrivial model of the equation of state of a liquid, is widely used in Integral Equations , numerical Monte-Carlo methods and in molecular dynamics. ISBN 0-07-310445-0.
ISBN 0-07-245426-1. The details of real potential of interparticle interaction are carried out within the framework of the thermodynamic perturbation theory, the chaotic phase approximation or on the basis of the variational method of perturbation theory. Retrieved from here.
This page has been accessed 11 times. The application of a pseudo-potential approach at high degrees of compression is limited by the effect of ion core overlapping.
McGraw Hill. This page was last modified on 26 July 2011, at 12: Handbook of Chemistry and Physics , 56th Edition. ISBN 81-7371-048-1.
Thus, for instance, for Helmholtz free energy F as a function of volume V and temperature T, we have. Kay 1936. Ursell in 1927 on a theoretical basis derived from a statistical-mechanical cluster analysis of intermolecular forces.
Marsch and M. ISBN 0-87819-455-X. In fact, equation 7.