Chapter 6,7 equation

Chapter 6,7 equation - o o ∆-∆ = ∆ ∆ X o rxn =...

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Chapter 6,7 equations U = q + w w = -p V S = q rev /T U = Cv T H = Cp T T mC q s = ) ln( 1 2 , T T nC S m v = = 1 2 ln V V nR S = 1 2 , ln T T nC S m p V P U H + = nRT U H + = or vap fus, x where = = T H S o x o x - = 1 2 , ln , V V nrt w T const rev T nC w v ad = 0 S T H
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Unformatted text preview: o o ∆-∆ = ∆ ∆ X o rxn = ∑nX(prod) - ∑nX(react) : (X = ∆ G f o , ∆ H f o or S m o ) Atoms Linear molecules Nonlinear molecules C v,m 3/2R 5/2R 3R C p,m 5/2R 7/2R 4R...
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