Relationship between the heat and chemical energies of components in deep fluid systems

Letnikov, F.; Letnikov, A.; Danilov, B.
December 2013
Doklady Earth Sciences;Dec2013, Vol. 453 Issue 2, p1234
Academic Journal
The article discusses the relation between the heat and chemical energies of the components in deep fluid systems. Topics discussed include the thermodynamic characteristics of individual gases, enthalpy as a thermodynamic function, and the Gibbs free energy. It also mentions that many chemical compounds have negative enthalpies of formation.


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