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Gas or liquid-like). 76b) where 11'' denotes the chemical potential a t coexistence between phases i and j at. ure T. In other words, at a discontinuous phase transition, grand-potential density curves of different slopes intersect,. ies. The siiuplcst case that we shall bc discussing licrc in some detail is that 01 a fluid confined to a nanoscopic slit-pore with homogeneous (infinitesimally) smooth substrate surfaces. 1 t,hat a mechanical expression for the grand potential exists. However, in what, follows, it is more convenient to fociis on the grand-potential density rather than on R itself.
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64) 11wt1to bc hcltl (:onstant. Frorii Ei4s. 10) As,nq = R (T, p, A. 65) as thr itnahg of Eq. 62). In Q. 65) it is important to rcalizc, that, despite s, being an extensive variable, 62 is riot a homogeneous funrtioii of s, becaure of the inhomogeneous nature of the confined fluid in the Ldirection. The notion of extensivity of a thermodynamic function does not necessarilv imply that a thermodviiamic potential depending on this variable is homogeneous of degree 1 in that variable. In otther words, extensivity of a thermodynamic variable is a ncc(:~surycondition but riot suficient to 25 Thermodynamics of conflned phases conclude that a tticrmodynaniic potcritial is a 1ioInogew:ous fuiiclion of degree 1 of that variable.