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thermo-oct-21-10_upload - 1 st part of the course Kinetics...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 st part of the course Kinetics Equilibrium Acid-base chemistry A B C D + + Review of CHM 116: Chemical Reactions Review of CHM 116: Chemical Reactions Chemical laws (or principles) A B C D + + A B C D + + 2 nd part of the course 1 st law of thermodynamics 2 nd law of thermodynamics The energy of the universe is always constant The entropy of the universe is always increasing Electrochemistry Review of CHM 116: Chemical Reactions Review of CHM 116: Chemical Reactions S = ? A B C D + + + Heat Practical Romantic Reasons to study thermodynamics: Design chemical processes to obtain desired outcome. Practical: Design chemical processes to obtain desired outcome. Practical: Design chemical processes to obtain desired outcome. Practical: Design chemical processes to obtain desired outcome. Practical: Coal Running a 100W lightbulb for 1 year requires ~ 450 Kg coal....
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