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lerus

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$$ \left( \frac {\partial V} {\partial T} \right)_P $$

explanation of this formula is something similar to:

partial derivative of ##V## with respect to ##T## while ##P## is constant.

But as far as I remember partial derivative is always calculated when all variables except one (##T## in our case) are constant.

Is it correct that:

$$ \left( \frac {\partial V} {\partial T} \right)_P $$

the same as

$$ \left( \frac {\partial V} {\partial T} \right) $$

Thank you

(∂V∂T)P