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1 1 Homework To Be Completed before Today Purchase necessary course materials. Read all the information that is posted on Blackboard. Print out a copy of the schedule and post it where you can refer to it every day. Register for SmartWork quizzes. http://smartwork.wwnorton.com Register your response pad. On Blackboard. AM: CHE132.01(Clickers)-Spring 2011 PM: CHE132.02(Clickers)-Spring 2011 2 Thermodynamics A branch of chemistry and physics. Developed around 1900. Part of the industrial revolution. The big issue: how to maximize the efficiency of converting energy (heat) into work.
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2 3 Three Big Concepts Enthalpy Entropy Free Energy Three Fundamental Laws First: Energy is conserved in any process. Actually mass-energy since E = mc 2 . Second: Total entropy increases in a spontaneous process. Third: The entropy of a system approaches 0 as its temperature approaches 0 K. 4 The Goals Understand and explain these ideas. Apply these ideas in explaining how the world works. Apply these ideas in solving problems and making predictions.
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3 5 What you need to do! Go to Course site on Blackboard Exam Information Exam 1 What You Need To Do Three Files SC Ch05 SC Ch13 SC Ch 16 Lists what you need to
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course CHEM 132 taught by Professor Laceyandhanson during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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