Definition of the noun fugacity
What does fugacity mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: fugacities
- the tendency of a gas to expand or escape
- the lack of enduring qualities (used chiefly of plant parts)
Alternative definition of the noun fugacity
- A measure of the tendency of a fluid to expand or escape
- [physics] A measure of the relative stability of different phases of a substance under the same conditions
- See Transience.
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Groundwater Contamination by Organic Pollutants (2001)
Analysis and Remediation by Jagath J. Kaluarachchi
The fugacity is an artificial function that defines an effective pressure that a compound exerts in attempting to leave a certain phase. When a compound exerts the same effective pressure from both sides of an interface, the concentrations in ...
The Handbook of Chemical Engineering (1999)
by Research and Education Association
Fugacity is a kind of equivalent pressure and is defined by the equation du = dG = RT d(ln f) dUj = dSj = RT d(ln f.) fj is the fugacity of the ith component. The standard state for ideal gases is chosen at unit ...
Bioaccumulation of Xenobiotic Compounds (1989)
by Des W. Connell
Fugacity is a useful property for considering the relationship between solutes in different phases.
Thermodynamics of Extremes (1995)
by Bernard H. Lavenda
precisely because the fugacity is a function of temperature. This rules out an ideal gas.
Green Engineering (2001)
Environmentally Conscious Design of Chemical Processes by David T. Allen, David R. Shonnard
Fugacity is a thermodynamic property of a chemical and is defined as the “ escaping tendency” of the chemical from a given...
Studies in Mineralogy and Precambrian Geology (1972)
by Bruce R. Doe, Deane Kingsley Smith
An important point to note here is that the intrinprinciple should also apply' sic oxygen fugacity is a quantity definable in terms of composition, temperature, and total pressure. The above discussions for intrinsic oxygen fugacities of binary ...
Molecular Thermodynamics (1999)
by Donald Allan McQuarrie, John Douglas Simon
Fugacity Is a Measure of the Nonideality of a Gas In the previous ...
Key Concepts in Environmental Chemistry (2011)
by Grady Hanrahan I
Fugacity is a calculated property that is intrinsically related to chemical potential. Fugacity is a measure of how much the chemical potential of the component in the gas deviates from the chemical potential of some reference, namely, the ...
Encyclopedia of Technical Education-25 THERMODYNAMICS
Fugacity coeflicients of numerous pure gases are tabulated from low (¢,*=l) to high pressures for practical use. In Eq. (4) the reference pressure p* is the standard pressure, p+=p°=l atm; quantity p¢,* is called the fugacity of the pure gas Y,.
Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management (2009)
fugacity The tendency for a substance to transfer from one environmental medium to another. It is analogous to chemical potential -the tendency of a chemical to escape from a phase. The concept is used in models ...
Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, Four-Volume Set (2006)
the concentration of CO 2 in the surface oceanisrelatedtothe fugacity(orpartialpressure)of CO 2 in theatmosphere accordingtoHenry'slaw(the fugacity of a gas is similar to its partial pressure but allows for itsnonideality): ...
The People's Dictionary and Every-day Encyclopedia (1883)
Comprising All the Information Needed Upon Any Subject in Daily Use : a Hand-book for Everybody for Each Day in the Year
Fugacity, n. Volatility. Fugitive, a. Flying.— ft. A runaway. Fugleman, «. One who stands in front of soldiers at drill to show them the movements. Fugue, n A repetition of parts in music.
Concise Encyclopedia Chemistry (1994)
Fugacity, symbol p,*: in thermodynamics, an hypothetical pressure of real gases introduced in analogy to the activity by G.N. Lewis in 1901 to make the ideal gas laws apply to real gases: p,* = ,*p,. Here p, is the partial pressure and f,' is the ...
Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science, 2004 Update Supplement (2004)
by P. Somasundaran
where A is a polynomial with coefficients obtained from exact high- and low- fugacity expansions, having as variables the individual species fugacity, z, and the lateral interaction parameter, g, defined in the more convenient form: (24) with ...
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Scrabble value of F4U1G2A1C3I1T1Y4
The value of this 8-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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