Thermodynamic Forces and Flows in a Magnetic Field,
ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
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The Gibbs equations is used under the assumption that for small volume elements in local equilibrium, the local entropy is a function of the specific energy, the specific volume, the magnetic field strength, and the mass concentration, just as in total equilibrium. The authors consider the case when the system is a physical mixture of components with different magnetic susceptibilities, and is situated in an inhomogenous magnetic field.
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