HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY: SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS.

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Abstract

The goal of this volume is to interpret macroscopic thermodynamic properties of minerals in terms of their atomic structures and the motions of particles in these structures. To reach this goal, we must examine the structure and volume relations of crystals, the configurational and structural energies and entropies, the enthalpies, the electronic contributions to energies, and the atomic vibrations. This paper develops the theoretical concepts that connect atomic vibrations to thermodynamics; abstracts simplifying relations from the vibrational spectra of silicates; and shows how some obvious systematic properties of the spectra ease the rather formidable problem of enumerating and quantifying the modes of vibration of crystals. Refs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationReviews in Mineralogy
PublisherMineralogical Soc of America
Pages65-126
Number of pages62
Volume14
ISBN (Print)0939950189
StatePublished - Jan 1 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Lattice vibrations
heat capacity
Specific heat
entropy
vibration
Entropy
Silicates
Crystals
Vibrational spectra
crystal
Minerals
Enthalpy
Thermodynamic properties
thermodynamic property
Thermodynamics
enthalpy
energy
silicate
thermodynamics
mineral

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geochemistry and Petrology

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Kieffer, S. (1985). HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY: SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS. In Reviews in Mineralogy (Vol. 14, pp. 65-126). Mineralogical Soc of America.

HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY : SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS. / Kieffer, Susan.

Reviews in Mineralogy. Vol. 14 Mineralogical Soc of America, 1985. p. 65-126.

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Kieffer, S 1985, HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY: SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS. in Reviews in Mineralogy. vol. 14, Mineralogical Soc of America, pp. 65-126.
Kieffer S. HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY: SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS. In Reviews in Mineralogy. Vol. 14. Mineralogical Soc of America. 1985. p. 65-126
Kieffer, Susan. / HEAT CAPACITY AND ENTROPY : SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS TO LATTICE VIBRATIONS. Reviews in Mineralogy. Vol. 14 Mineralogical Soc of America, 1985. pp. 65-126
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