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Chemistry II Week 8 Notes

by: Annika Coley

Chemistry II Week 8 Notes CHEM 1120

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Date Created: 04/02/16
Chemistry II Notes - Week 8 Free Energy and Thermodynamics  Thermodynamics o Tells whether or not a process should occur  Spontaneous  Process that occurs and reduces the amount of energy in the system  Irreversible  Normally exothermic and releases energy  Some can be endothermic  High to lower potential energy  Nonspontaneous  Requires energy input  Enthalpy o Difference between the sum of internal energy and PV o Exothermic if the product’s bonds are stronger than the reactants o Delta H is negative for exothermic o kJ/mol  Etropy (S) o Increases as the number of energetically equivalent way of arranging the component increases o Potential for disorder o J/mol o Random assortment takes less energy o Favorable changes in entropy  Breaking down to produce more molecules  Raising the temp  Dissolving nd  Liquid to gas  2 law of thermodynamics o Total entropy of the universe is increasing  Standard state o Pressure at 1 atm o Solution 1 M concentration o Solid/liquid is at 1 atm and room temperature  Absolute entropy of a perfect crystal is 0 J/mol K o Can’t have a negative entropy o Evertything has some entropy  Larger molar mass or more molecules has a larger entropy because more ways for the electrons to arrange themselves  Entropy increases must come from heat released by the system – must be exothermic  Endothermic processes decrease the entropy  For a high original temperature, a small change in heat will not affect the entropy very much


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