thermodynamics - A package for chemical engineers and others
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Thermodynamics texts (textbooks, articles, and so forth) are typically filled
with underlined and overlined symbols, partial derivatives surrounded by
delimiters and containing subscripts, sums over multiple components, and a
myriad of symbols, including superscript and subscript modifiers. This package
provides a robust, flexible set of macros to define notation for symbols,
partial derivatives, sums, and products frequently encountered in mixture
thermodynamics. Changing one's notes from one textbook to another or from one
notation style to another can be achieved relatively easily by changing package
options, without any changes to the user's code (other than perhaps adjusting
line breaks).
Installation
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The package is suppled in `dtx` format with an accompanying `ins` file to
install the package. Run `latex thermodynamics.ins` to extract the package;
instructions for building the documentation are included in the `ins` file.
This package requires the `amstext` package.
Typesetting the documentation requires several other packages:
- `geometry`
- `fontenc`
- `textcomp`
- `amsmath`
- `pxfonts`
- `array`
- `booktabs`
- `footmisc`
- `caption`