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chem reading - CHEMISTRY 123 2010W (Jan-April 2011) PHASE...

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CHEMISTRY 123 – 2010W (Jan-April 2011) PHASE EQUILIBRIA (three lecture hours) Phase diagrams of one-component systems. EQUILIBRIUM AND CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS (nine lecture hours) The equilibrium constant for physical and chemical changes; K in terms of activity. Thermochemistry and the first law of Thermodynamics (energy, work); Hess's law. Entropy and the second and third laws of Thermodynamics ( Δ S, Δ S°, S°) and spontaneous processes. Free energy ( Δ G, Δ G°), K in terms of Δ G°, and the temperature dependence of K . Spontaneous processes: Δ G = Δ G° + RtlnQ. Electrochemistry and the Nernst equation. CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION (four lecture hours) Weak acids and bases and their salts, breakdown of usual approximations in these calculations, buffer solutions and buffer action, how to make a buffer solution. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (eighteen lecture hours) Hydrocarbons - isomers, physical properties, nomenclature Conformational analysis of hydrocarbons and cyclohexane
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