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Lesson 7: Theories of state part 1
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This lesson will cover the liberal theory of the state.

Navneet Kaur
Educator since August 2017, M.phil(CS) from LPU, Jalandhar, GNDU, Amritsar, University merit scholar, Top Educator 2017.

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Sir I couldn't understand why you took s=1 in certain cases....Secondly why are we taking 1 in azeotropic mixtures?Please explain vividly.
3 months ago
The Gibbs Phase rule can be applied to a P-T thermodynamic diagrams for pure substances. On any such of diagram, each point represents a state of the material. Once the point has been located, all other thermodynamic properties can be read off. For a single phase, the required point can fall anywhere on the region of the plane representing this phase. Thus, two coordinates are needed to specify a point within that part of the plane. For example the horizontal and vertical axis values, T and P, can be given. (F=2) A two phase region on a P-T is represented by a curved line. Thus, to specify a point on this curve only one additional coordinate, either T or P is needed. (F=1) The triple point is represented by a single point. No additional information, neither T nor P is needed. (F=0)
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