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Exergoecology bibliography

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 231 references in this bibliography folder.

Faber, M, Niemes, H, and Stephan, G (1987).
Entropy, Environment and Resources
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

Szargut, J (1987).
Standard Chemical Exergy of Some Elements and their Compounds, based upon the Concentration in Earth's Crust
Geochemistry International, 35(1-2):53-60.

Szargut, J and Morris, D (1987).
Cumulative Exergy Consumption and Cumulative Degree of Perfection of Chemical Processes
International Journal of Ener, 11:245-261.

Woods, TL and Garrels, RM (1987).
Thermodynamic Values at Low Temperature for Natural Inorganic Materials: An Uncritical Summary
Oxford University Press, New York.

Valero, A, Lozano, M, and Muñoz, M (1986).
A general theory of exergy saving. I. On the exergetic cost
In: Computer-Aided Engineering and Energy Systems. Second Law Analysis and Modelling, ed. by R. Gaggioli, vol. 3(ASME Book No. H0341C), pp. 1-8.

Weast, RC, Astle, WJ, and Beyer, WH (1986).
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
CRC Press.

Szargut, J and Morris, D (1985).
Calculation of standard chemical exergy of some elements and their compounds based upon seawater as the datum level substance
Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Techical Sciences., 33(5-6):293-305.

Tsatsaronis, G and Winhold, M (1985).
Exergoeconomic analysis and evaluation of energy-conversion plants–I. A new general methodology
Energy, 10(1):69 - 80.

Faber, M (1984).
A biophysical approach to the economy entropy, environment and resources
In: Energy and time in economic and physical resources, ed. by van Gool, W. and Bruggink, J.. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, chap. A biophysical approach to the economy entropy, environment and resources, pp. 315-337.

Drever, JI (1982).
The Geochemistry of Natural Waters
Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Kameyama, H, Yoshida, K, Yamauchi, S, and Fueki, K (1982).
Evaluation of Reference Exergy for the elements
Applied Energy, 11:69-83.

Shieh, J and Fan, L (1982).
Estimation of energy (enthalpy) and exergy (availability) contents in structurally complicated materials
Energy Sources, 6(1):1-46.

Ahrendts, J (1980).
Reference States
Energy, 5:667-677.

Gaggioli, RA and Wepfer, WJ (1980).
Exergy economics
Energy, 5:823-837.

Krauskopf, KB (1979).
Introduction to Geochemistry
McGraw-Hill, New York.

Lindsay, WL (1979).
Chemical Equilibria in Soils
Wiley, New York.

Ahrendts, J (1977).
The exergy of chemically reacting systems
VDI Forschungsheft 579, Düsseldorf.

Cloud, P (1977).
Entropy, materials, and posterity
Geologische Rundschau, 66:678-696.

Tardy, Y and Garrels, RM (1977).
Prediction of Gibbs energies of formation of compounds from the elements, II: Monovalent and divalent metal silicates.
Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 41:87-92.

Wall, G (1977).
Exergy - a Useful Concept within Resource Accounting
Institute of Theoretical Physics, Göteborg, report(77-42).

Weast, R (1975).
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
CRC Press.

Tananaev, IV, Orlovskii, VP, Kourbanov, KM, Khalikov, BS, Osmanov, SO, and Bulgakov, VI (1974).
Evolution of the enthalpy at 298K and entropy at 298K of scandium, yttrium and lanthanide orthophosphates
Doklady Akademia Nauk Tadzhirghistan S.S.S.R, 17(42-44).

Georgescu-Roegen, N (1971).
The Entropy Law and the Economic Process
Harvard University Press, Cambridge Massachussets, London England.

Pruschek, V (1970).
Die exergie der kernbrennstoffe, The exergy of nuclear fuel
Brennstoff-Wärme-Kraft, 22(9):429-434.

Garrels, RM and Christ, CL (1965).
Solutions, Minerals, and Equilibria
Harper & Row, New York.

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