## What is/are Space Thermodynamics?

Space Thermodynamics - We study the extended phase space thermodynamics in canonical and grand canonical ensembles where the varying cosmological constant plays the role of an effective thermodynamic pressure.^{[1]}Mann, Extended phase space thermodynamics for charged and rotating black holes and Born–Infeld vacuum polarization, J.

^{[2]}Within the framework of extended phase space thermodynamics we identify the cosmological constant as thermodynamic pressure and the black hole mass with the enthalpy to derive the Joule- Thomson coefficient μ.

^{[3]}In this paper, we study an extended phase space thermodynamics of a nonlinearly charged AdS black hole.

^{[4]}Such evidence gives the (grand) canonical study of extended phase space thermodynamics with massive gravitons a special significance.

^{[5]}We also analyze the extended phase space thermodynamics of the rotating Bardeen–anti-de Sitter black holes.

^{[6]}In this paper we discuss a formulation of extended phase space thermodynamics of black holes in Anti de Sitter (AdS) space-time, from the contact geometry point of view.

^{[7]}We study the onset of chaos due to temporal and spatially periodic perturbations in charged Gauss-Bonnet AdS black holes in extended phase space thermodynamics by analyzing the zeros of the appropriate Melnikov functions.

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## Phase Space Thermodynamics

We study the extended phase space thermodynamics in canonical and grand canonical ensembles where the varying cosmological constant plays the role of an effective thermodynamic pressure.^{[1]}Mann, Extended phase space thermodynamics for charged and rotating black holes and Born–Infeld vacuum polarization, J.

^{[2]}Within the framework of extended phase space thermodynamics we identify the cosmological constant as thermodynamic pressure and the black hole mass with the enthalpy to derive the Joule- Thomson coefficient μ.

^{[3]}In this paper, we study an extended phase space thermodynamics of a nonlinearly charged AdS black hole.

^{[4]}Such evidence gives the (grand) canonical study of extended phase space thermodynamics with massive gravitons a special significance.

^{[5]}We also analyze the extended phase space thermodynamics of the rotating Bardeen–anti-de Sitter black holes.

^{[6]}In this paper we discuss a formulation of extended phase space thermodynamics of black holes in Anti de Sitter (AdS) space-time, from the contact geometry point of view.

^{[7]}We study the onset of chaos due to temporal and spatially periodic perturbations in charged Gauss-Bonnet AdS black holes in extended phase space thermodynamics by analyzing the zeros of the appropriate Melnikov functions.

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