 07290 Kiro Miyazaki
 Nuclear liquidgas phase transition in generalized thermostatistics
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Nov 21, 07

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Abstract. A new calculus of nuclear liquidgas phase transition in the standard thermostatistics is applied to the generalized thermostatistics. Because the phase equilibrium is defined in terms of intensive temperature and conjugate extensive entropy, we have to solve higherorder simultaneous nonlinear equations than those in the standard thermostatistics. The features of phase transition are essentially the same as those in the standard thermostatistics. The phase transition is the first order. There is no critical point in the section of binodal surface. The caloric curve reproduces the experimental data well. We however cannot find the retrograde condensation predicted in the standard thermostatistics.
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