Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

compressibility 2Compressibility, abbreviated as \(\beta \) (Greek symbol beta), also known as coefficient of compressibility, measures the change in volume under external forces for any liquid.


compressibility formulas

\(\large{ \beta = - \frac{1}{V} \; \frac{\partial  V}{ \partial  p}  }\)   
\(\large{ \beta = \frac{1}{K}   }\)   


\(\large{ \beta }\)  (Greek symbol beta) = compressibility

\(\large{  K }\) = bulk modulus

\(\large{ \partial  p }\) = pressure (the rate of change)

\(\large{  V }\) = volume

\(\large{ \partial  V }\) = volume (the rate of change)


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