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Thermodynamic Functions and Properties of Mgo at High Compression

By Anderson, Orson L.

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Title: Thermodynamic Functions and Properties of Mgo at High Compression  
Author: Anderson, Orson L.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: The principal objective of this work is to evaluate and publish the data for all the thermodynamic functions of an important mineral, MgO or periclase, with a temperature range of 300 to 2000 K, and with a compression range. It is well known that the computations of thermodynamic functions (entropy, for example) require knowledge of the thermal expansibility a and compressibility K as well as the specific heat. The pressure (or volume) and temperature variation of a and K contribute to the pressure (or volume) and temperature variation of the thermodynamic functions. The tabulation of these thermodynamic functions in the extreme ranges of temperature and pressure requires a good understanding of the equation of state, elasticity at very high temperature, anharmonicity of the solid, and the thermal expansibility at high temperature.

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Contents 70 6. Appendix: Derivation of Equations in the Main 70 Text ...................................................................... 70 6.1. Derivation of Equation ( 1 ) ......................... 6.2. Derivation of Equation (6) ......................... 7 1 6 ~ 3 .n ~rivationo f Equation ( 11) ....................... 6.4. Derivation of Equation ( 15) ....................... 73 73 List of Tables 1. Laboratory input data ........................................ 2. Thermodynamic data calculated from Table 1 .. 3. Entropy versus Tat constant X,S (T ,V /Vo) ..... 4. Entropy versusx at constant T, S( V/Vo,T) ..... 5. Internal energy versus Tat constant X, U( T, V/ vo ) ...................................................................... 6. Helmholtz energy versus x at constant T, F( V/ vo, n .................................................................. 7. Helmholtz energy versus T at constant X, F(T, V/Vo) ......................................................... 8. Entropy versus Tat constant P, S(T,P) ............ 9. ~ n t h a i vpe~rs us Tat constant P, H(T,P) .......... O 1990 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the Un~tedS tates. 10- ~ ~versus p~ at conshtant T, ~~( pT,). . .l....... ~ ~ Thls copyr~ght1 s assigned to the Arner~canI nst~tuteo f Phys~csa nd the Amencan Chemlcal Soc~ety. 11. The Gibbs energy versus T at constant P, Repr~ntsa vailable from ACS; see Reprlnts Llst at back of issue. G( T,P) ............................................................... 0047-2689/90/010069-16/$05.00 69 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 19, No. 1,1990

 

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