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SEMEY STATE MEDICAL ACADEMY Chair of chemistry and technology of medicine Lecture complex Discipline: chemistry Cod of discipline: Him 1111 Specialty: 0501301General medicine Volume of lecture hours: 6 hours Course and semester: 1 course, 1,2 semester Semey 2007 1
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Approved on the chair meeting from “_____”____________2007. Protocol № ____ Head of the chair of chemistry and technology of medicine, prof. __________ Gavrilenko I.V 2
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Lecture №1 1.Topic: Subject and objects of course. Thermodynamics. Thermo-chemistry. 2.Aim: to form of concept of chemical thermodynamics and thermo-chemistry, to acquaint with methodical of calculation on base of Hess’s law. 3. Plane and thesis of lecture: 3.1. Plane of lecture 1. Introduction 2.Main notion of thermodynamics. Heat effects of reaction 3. Enthalpy. Standard enthalpy of chemical reaction 4.Hess’s law. Effects of Hess’s law 5. Second law of thermodynamics 6. Reversible and irreversible thermodynamics processes 7. Entropy and Gibb’s energy 3.2. Thesis of lecture Introduction Chemistry - one of the natural sciences, studying nature, material world. Chemistry - a science about elements; about composition, the structure and properties of their compounds; about law of the conversion one substance in others. Chemistry in system of the medical education is one of the fundamental sciences. Thermodynamics – is the study of the relationship between heat, work and energy. Thermodynamics - is a science about interaction of different kinds of energy, direction, possibility and limits of spontaneous processes. Thermodynamics is divided into general, chemical and technical. The object of thermodynamics investigation is a system. Thermodynamic system - is any separate body having shape, possesses volume, having lots of particles it is a part of physical space separated from the environment by real or imaginary border. ( for example bottle with water, 1 mole of a substance containing 10 "' particles, ions, molecules etc.)According to the state of matter thermodynamic systems are divided into two types: Homogeneous is a system all parts of which have identical properties.Examples are clean air without dust, pure water.
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