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Express (dA/dV)p in terms of P,V,T,Cp,Cv and their derivatives. Your answer may include

absolute values of S if it is not a derivative constraint or within a derivitive

2. Relevant equations

Maxwell's equations

Product Rule

Chain&Expansion rule

3. The attempt at a solution

Using the maxwell's relations

(dA/dV)p= -S(dT/dV)p -P(dV/dV)p

= -S(dT/dV)p -P

This is where I am stuck. Because S is a coefficient of the derivative can you turn

(dT/dV)p to P/R where T=VP/R. S is calculated from measurable properties so I believe this doesn't work

If this works than (dA/dV)p simply equals -SP/R -P. I believe you need to get rid of S but I don't know how at this point.

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# Homework Help: Maxwell's Relations Derivative P,V,T,Cp,Cv

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