This textbook and reference outlines the fundamental principles of thermodynamics, emphasizing applications in geochemistry. The work is distinguished by its comprehensive, balanced coverage and its rigorous presentation. The authors bring years of teaching experience to the work, and have attempted to particularly address those areas where other texts on the subject have provided inadequate coverage. A thorough review of the necessary mathematics is presented early on, both as a refresher for those with a background in university calculus, and for the benefit of those coming to the subject for the first time. The text is written for students in advanced undergraduate or graduate-level geochemistry as well as for all researchers in this field.This is the fundamental equation from which Eh-pH diagrams are calculated. Recalling the convention that we must use reduction half- cells when combined with a SHE, the Nernst equation for the Eh of half-cells will always have the form ^, ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Thermodynamics in Geochemistry : The Equilibrium Model|
|Author||:||Department of Geology University of Toronto Greg M. Anderson Professor of Geochemistry, Department of Geological and Geophysical Sciences Princeton University David A. Crerar Professor of Geochemistry|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1992-11-11|