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chem107f07wk11s - Chemical Thermodynamics Chp 10...

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Chemical Thermodynamics Chp. 10 Enthalpy H chp. 9 Entropy S chp. 10 Gibbs Free Energy G chp. 10 1 st Law of Thermodynamics – the energy of the universe is constant. chp. 9 2 nd Law of Thermodynamics – the entropy of the universe is increasing. chp. 10 3 rd Law of Thermodynamics – the entropy of a crystalline substance approaches zero as the absolute temperature approaches zero. chp. 10 Thermodynamics – study of energy changes associated with chemical or physical processes.
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Spontaneous – occurs without any ongoing outside intervention. Spontaneous reactions may be fast or slow. Many, but not all, spontaneous reactions are exothermic. Spontaneity Chp. 10.2
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A process may be spontaneous at one temperature and non- spontaneous at another temperature. Spontaneity Chp. 10.2
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Reversible Processes - System and surroundings can be restored to original state by exactly reversing the process. Reversibility Chp. 10.2
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Spontaneous processes are irreversible.
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