# Thermodynamics Defining the variables ,   , , where the critical values of Dieterici's equation are given by ,...

Thermodynamics

Defining the variables , , , where the critical values of Dieterici's equation are given by , , . Compute the critical components and of said equation, given by the expressions: and v - Vc)
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