thermodynamic equilibrium


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thermodynamic equilibrium

n
(General Physics) the condition of an isolated system in which the quantities that specify its properties, such as pressure, temperature, etc, all remain unchanged. Sometimes shortened to: equilibrium
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Grace (2001) modeled the FBMR with oxygen addition based on thermodynamic equilibrium [2, 7-9].
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Thermodynamic equilibrium entails equality of the fugacity (or, equivalently, the chemical potential) of water between the coexisting phases.
[6] developed a thermodynamic equilibrium model to investigate the fundamental reaction parameters influencing the output of H2- rich gas.
The authors also determined, according to the 3 h equilibrium concentrations, the thermodynamic equilibrium constants [K.sub.eq1]-[K.sub.eq3] and [K.sub.eq6]-[K.sub.eq7] for the dissolution reactions of Ca[(OH).sub.2], CaS[O.sub.4]-2[H.sub.2]O and CaS in OS ash-water systems and proposed an empirical equation to calculate the concentration of [Ca.sup.2+] ions as the dominating cation in OS ash leachates from conductivity measurements.