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Unformatted text preview: hase & Chemical Equilibrium 1 Darrell Velegol ChE 320 Fall 2009 Chapter 02 2 Review of Thermo Basics 2 The Language of Thermo today . key words state functions thermodynamic properties 1 st and 2 nd law of thermo announce . No class Mon 31aug2009 (Labor Day). t xam (8 am on Fri 18sep2009, 111 Wartik). 3 1 st exam (8 am on Fri 18sep2009, 111 Wartik). Midterm exam Mon 05oct2009 from 6:30-9:30. assignments . HW 01 due before class Wed 02sep2009. reading: Ch 02 Example. Energy required to heat an ideal gas I heat 3 mol of an idea gas from 24 C to 37 C at constant volume. How much energy is required? 4 universe = system + surroundings system universe 5 surroundings closed system = no mass transfer with surroundings adiabatic system = no heat transfer with surroundings isolated system = no communication Equilibrium happens with no transport ChE 330: Fluid flow happens with a gradient of ChE 350: Heat transfer happens with a gradient of 6 ChE 410: Diffusion happens with a gradient of Equilibrium requires gradients = 0 for Intensive versus extensive properties...
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2010 for the course CH E 320 taught by Professor Matsoukas,themist during the Fall '09 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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