Theophile Donder

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In existographies, Theophile Donder (83 BE-2 AE) (1872-1957 ACM) (IQ:170|#390) (ID:2.02|84) (PR:40,515|65AE / physicist:566) (CR:76) (LH:5) (TL:81) was a Belgian mathematical physicist and thermodynamicist, note for []

Overview

In 1936, Donder, in his Thermodynamic Theory of Affinity, defined affinity as follows:[1]

where A is affinity, ∂ξ is the partial of the Gibbs energy G, ∂ξ is the partial of the reaction extent, p is pressure, and T is temperature, the latter shown in subscript signifying they are being held constant in the differentiation, in respect to the system being an isothermal and isobaric.

End matter

References

  1. Donder, Theophile. (1936). Thermodynamic Theory of Affinity: A Book of Principles (pg. 2). Oxford University Press.

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