Chem Thermodyn MSE 3000
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N 9 q 9 a gt1 00 ED 0 MSE 3000 CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS OF MATERIALS Prof R F Speyer COURSE OUTLINE EMPIRICAL PROPERTIES OF GASES Ideal gases Molecular view of pressure Dalton s law of partial pressures Gas energy average velocity and velocity distribution Real gases THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS Temperature Work Path dependenceindependence Maximum and minimum work Heat and the First Law Special conditions constant volume constant temperature constant pressure adiabatic Relation between CP and CV THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS Carnot engine and the Clausius inequality Two types of entropy Statistical thermodynamics Con gurational entropy diffusion and polymer conformations Carnot cycle revisited AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS Combined 1st and 2nd laws Maxwell relations and applications Debye heat capacity and achieving cryogenic temperatures Use of the Helmholtz energy in predicting equilibrium The competing terms for the Gibbs energy thermodynamics of vacancy formation in solids CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS The reversibility of phase transformations Chemical potential and unary phase equilibria Osmotic pressure The conditions of equilibrium The Clapeyron equation and unary phase equilibria LeChate lier s principle TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THERMODYNAMIC FUNCTIONS Sensible and latent heats Temperature dependence of entropy and the third law Formation reactions Useful approximations Calorimetry GASEOUS REACTION EQUILIBRIA Combustion Adiabatic ame temperature Standard Gibbs energy of reaction and the equilibrium constant Equilibria between pure condensed phases and a gas Reduction of metals Extractive metallurgy The GibbsHelmholtz relation Two methods of obtaining thermodynamic data SOLUTIONS Raoult s and Henry s laws Measurement ofvapor pressure Gibbs energy of mixing The GibbsDuhem equation Graphical determination of the partial molar Gibbs energy of mixing BINARY PHASE EQUILIBRIA Fully miscible solid and liquid solutions Re ning of fully miscible binary systems fractional crys tallization zone melting liquidvapor systems Limited miscibility regular solutions Intermediate compounds Experimental methods for phase equilibria THE PHASE RULE Foundations Applications unary equilibria reaction equilibria among gases and pure condensed phases reaction equilibria among gases and condensed solutions binary phase equilibria TERNARY PHASE EQUILIBRIA Ternary equilibria with pure solids The CaOAlgOgSiOg system Ternary equilibria with solid solu tions
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