Absence of Phase Transitions in the Hydrogen Bond Subsystem of Associated Fluids
Phase transitions in the hydrogen bond subsystem of associating fluids are discussed in the framework of mean-field theory. It is shown that in the simplest case of independent (noncooperative) bonds the free energy of the subsystem as a function of the numbers of hydrogen bonds is convex. The consequences of this fact for thermodynamics of hydrogen-bonded fluids and the applications for the theory of associated liquids are discussed.
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