M. Scott Shell (Author of Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics)
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics: An Integrated Approach
This problem is 8. Scott Shell". In the first two proving that several ideal gas properties are volume- or pressure- parts, you are independent. Part a : On combining first and second law of thermodynamics, specific internal energy u is expressed as the function of specific entropy s and specific volume v by equation 1. Since, internal energy is the function of s and v , exact differential of internal energy can be expressed by equation 2.
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