THERMODYNAMIC FUNDAMENTALS . How can we thermodynamically describe a system? We can describe a system thermodynamically by the following properties or variables:masscompositionvolumepressuretemperature . THERMODYNAMIC FUNDAMENTALS . Two caveats:We will confine ourselves to energy processes in which the systems will generally not change composition or mass.Since composition does not change, we can omit that variable. Also, volume may be expressed in terms of a s29
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