Lecture 1 - Chem 338 Lecture 1 Introduction: The...

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Chem 338 C h em 3 3 8 L e c t u r e 1 Introduction: The Macroscopic World - Equations of State 1. Syllabus Precheck - Tues, Problem Session - Wed, Collect - Fri Grading: 1/3 Problem Sets 1/3 Midterm 1/3 Final 2. Equations of State 3. The Ideal Gas Law a. Boyle’s Law: P 1 V 1 = P 2 V 2 b. Charles’ Law: V 1 T 2 = V 2 T 1 c. PV = n RT d. Kinetic Theory of Gasses 4. Deviations from Ideal Gas Behavior van der Waals & Redlich Kwong 5. Liquid – Vapor Transitions 6. The Critical Point
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Chem 338 Chem 338 Spring, 2010 Lecture Schedule Lecture Date Topic McQuarie & Simon 1 Jan. 21 The Macroscopic World: Equations of State Chapter 16-1 to 3 2 Jan 26 Micro to Macro: Molecular Interactions Ch. 16-4 to 7 3 Jan 28 Statistical Mechanics: Ensembles Handout 1 4 Feb 2 Distributions: Bosons & Fermions Handout 1 5 Feb 4 Partition Functions Ch. 17 6 Feb 9 Translational Partition Functions Ch. 18-1 to 18-5 7 Feb 11 Rotational & Vibrational Partition Functions 18-6 to 18-9 8 Feb 16 The First Law: Internal Energy Ch. 19-1 to 19-6 9 Feb 18 Thermochemistry: Enthalpy 19-7 to 19-12 10 Feb 23 The Second Law: Entropy Ch. 20-1 to 5 11 Feb 25 Heat Engines: qrev/T = S = k ln W: Chemistry 20-6 to 9 12 Mar 2 The Third Law: Absolute Zero Ch. 21 13 Mar 4 Chemical Equilibrium: The Gibbs Free Energy Ch. 22-1 to 4 ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mar 31 Midterm Exam ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14 Mar 23 Standard States 22-5 to 8 15 Mar 25 Phase Equilibria Ch. 23 16 Mar 30 Chemical Equilibrium: Temperature Ch. 26-1 to 7 17 Apr 1 Chemical Equilibrium: Partition Functions 26-8 to 12 18 Apr 6 Gas Phase Molecular Dynamics Ch. 27-1 to 4 19 Apr 8 Collision Theory of Chemical Reactions 27-5 to 7 20 Apr 13 Chemical Reaction Rate Laws Ch. 28-1 to 6 21 Apr 15 Eyring’s Transition State Theory 28-7 to 8 22 Apr 20 Tunneling and Variational Transition State Theory Handout 2 23 Apr 22 Reaction Mechanisms Ch. 29-1 to 5 2 4 A p r 2 7 C a t a l y s i s 2 9 - 6 t o 9 25 Apr 29 Potential Energy Surfaces & State-to-State Chemistry Ch. 30 26 May 4 Reactions in Solution Handout 3 May 11-14 Final Exam
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Chem 338 2. Equations of State
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Chem 338 3. The Ideal Gas Law a. Boyle’s Law: P 1 V 1 = P 2 V 2 Pressure can be measured by the height of a column of mercury.
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Chem 338 Robert Boyle (1627-1691) in 1662 .
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