## Tuesday, 3 February 2015

### Difference between Macroscopic and Microscopic Approach

Difference between Macroscopic and Microscopic Approach Points : difference between macroscopic and microscopic approach, comparison between macroscopic and microscopic approach, macroscopic approach vs microscopic approach 1. Macroscopic approach - (Macro means big or total).
2. Microscopic approach - (Micro means small).
Difference between Macroscopic and Microscopic Approach
Macroscopic Approach
Microscopic Approach
1.The changes in properties can be felt by air senses.The changes in property cannot be felt by air senses.
2.In order to explain a system only few properties are required, so approach is simple.Large number of properties is needed to explain a system, so approach is difficult.
3.This observation analysis system or equipment as a complete.Microscopic view considers that system is false of a very large number of separate particles known as molecules.
4.Macroscopic observation means whole view. The branch which takes this view is call as classical thermodynamics.The branch which takes this observation is call as statistical thermodynamics.
5.No particular postulation are required and need easy mathematical formulae to explain changes in system.Special assumptions are required and need advanced mathematical formula to clarify changes in the system.
6.The values of properties of system are their standard values.The values of property of system are done by summing up behaviour of every molecule.