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0. 44) is the analytical statement of the second law of thermodynamics, first given by Clausius in 1862. It was on this basis that he first postulated the existence of a new state function—entropy. For adiabatic systems, the entropy remains constant if the process is reversible The second law of thermodynamics and always increases if the process is irreversible. The entropy continues to increase until the system reaches equilibrium. This necessarily implies that equilibrium is the state of maximum entropy.

It is, however, 45 46 Thermodynamic theory of solutions of limited utility without a supplemental description of the behavior of specific solutions. This supplemental description cannot be derived from thermodynamics.

57) implies: Wnon-mechanical ÀdA À pdV ¼ Àd(A þ pV): In this case, it is convenient to introduce a new state function, the Gibbs free energy, defined as G ¼ A þ pV ¼ U À TS þ pV ¼ H À TS: (1:59) For isobaric-isothermal processes, Wnon-mechanical ÀdG: (1:60) In order to prevent a spontaneous process from proceeding, we must do some work on the system. Obviously, this work must exceed the nonmechanical work that the system performs during the spontaneous process. Therefore, the non-mechanical work can be used to determine whether a spontaneous process will occur: Wnon-mechanical !

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