quantitykind:IsentropicCompressibility

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Isentropic compressibility is the extent to which a material reduces its volume when it is subjected to compressive stresses at a constant value of entropy.
$$\varkappa_S = \frac{1}{V}\left (\frac{\partial V}{\partial p} \right )_S$$, where $$V$$ is volume, $$p$$ is $$pressure$$, and $$S$$ is entropy,
$$\varkappa_S$$
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Isentropic Compressibility(en)

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