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Comment on “Thermodynamic derivations of the mechanical equilibrium conditions for fluid surfaces: Young’s and Laplace’s equations,” by P. Roura [Am. J. Phys.73 (12), 1139–1147 (2005)]
1.P. Roura, “Thermodynamic derivations of the mechanical equilibrium conditions for fluid surfaces: Young’s and Laplace’s equations,” Am. J. Phys.0002-9505 73, 1139–1147 (2005).http://dx.doi.org/10.1119/1.2117127
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5.I am grateful to Professor Roura for a helpful email discussion on this point.
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