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First day of class
General Chemistry 2 Lecture
Tito Sempertegui, Ph.D
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emilda Desir on Sunday September 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2046 at Florida Atlantic University taught by Tito Sempertegui, Ph.D in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry 2 Lecture in Science at Florida Atlantic University.


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Date Created: 09/18/16
General Chemistry 2 –Tito FAU Week 1 August22.2016 All notesare based offofmain pointsspokeabout on homeworkandin class notes.Morestudying beyondthesenotes is advisednot forjustthis class but all yourotherclasses. Chapter5  Energyand ChemicalReactions (Thermochemistry) - Thermodynamicsis thestudyofthe flowof energy. - Energy: thecapacity to dowork.  Types ofEnergy - Kinetic Energy (Energy in motion) Theequation to figureout kinetic energy is KE=1/2mv^2 - Thermal Energy (motionofparticles), mechanical (automobile),electrical (movementof electrons throughaconductor),sound(acoustic,compressionand express) - PotentialEnergy (positionor composition):Stayingin place  MolecularLevel - Thermal Energy on amolecular level is kineticassociated withrandom motionof particles Law of ConservationofEnergy This law states that Energy cannot becreated ordestroyed - Total Energy oftheuniverse is constant - Mathematically the equation is ΔU=Q+W Q=Heat added to thesystem W=Work doneon thesystem  Heat - Transferofthermal energy from hotterto colder - Temperature is themeasure oftheintensity of heat (notthe amount)  IntensiveProperty - Example: A Drop ofboiling watervs.pot ofboiling water. SameTemperature different content.


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