A state of equilibrium is generally achieved by balancing temperatures, pressures and

chemical potentials and in this case especially by complete solvent evaporation during the solidification of the flying jet.

As a consequence, the

chemical potentials of the counter ions in the elastomeric matrix containing sodium polyacrylate powder are higher than those of the counter ions in the aqueous solution outside the elastomeric matrix.

The new generalized equation equated the change in total energy to the sum of the terms of the prime equation and the products of the

chemical potentials and changes in mass of every component measured.

Hence, the referred difference in the

chemical potentials is equal to

Calculated phase equilibria involving

chemical potentials to investigate the textural evolution of metamorphic rokcs.

The equation has the same form as that of the Anderson-Schultz-Flory (ASF) product distribution, albeit with a two parameter model--the two parameters being the

chemical potentials of C and H in the system.

Here the coarse non-equilibrium quantities of G have the following meaning: a temperature [THETA], the molar enthalpies h, and the

chemical potentials [mu] of the components in G are up to now only symbols which have to be defined later.

Because Flory's original article [30] is for a binary diluted system, we used the equations for the calculation of

chemical potentials given by Young et al.

1] are respectively residual

chemical potentials of [A.

When two phases are in equilibrium, their

chemical potentials are equal.

The procedure for obtaining those specific volumes and

chemical potentials from the solubility measurements and PVT data of neat polymers is also established.

The equilibrium between vapor and liquid phases is determined by equating the

chemical potentials.