Study-Guide-1 - Study Guide For Examination #1 CHEM 3615...

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Study Guide For Examination #1 CHEM 3615 The exam will consist of four questions dealing with the most important topics covered in class. Questions may involve definitions, explanation or use of concepts and derivations. 1) General Definitions and Concepts, Fundamental Equations and Expressions. Primary and Secondary SI Units Number of Significant Figures Notion of System, Surrounding, Universe and Process Concept of Open, Closed and Isolated Systems Concept of Intensive vs Extensive Properties Concept of Molar Quantity Concept of State Variables, State Functions and Path Functions Perfect Gas Equation of State (NOT the Kinetic Theory of Gases) Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics. Absolute Temperature Scale Concept of Diathermic Boundary and Adiabatic Process Dalton’s Law of Mixtures for Ideal Gases. Isothermal Compression of Gases, Critical Point, Binodal or Coexistence Curve Concept of Potential Energy Curve for Intermolecular Interactions (Attraction, Repulsion) Compression Factor, Virial Series, Boyle’s Temperature
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course CHEM 3615 taught by Professor Aresker during the Fall '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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