Course Syllabus 104 S14

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Unformatted text preview: chemical reaction • A quantitative measure of the amount of heat absorbed to produce a temperature rise is the heat capacity of a body. Be able to compute the temperature rise of a particular body (with known heat capacity) for a given quantity of heat input. Also be able to determine the heat capacity of a body from the measured temperature rise. • Be able to compute the heat of a reaction using calorimetry. Be able to deal with the difference between constant pressure and constant volume heat. • Use the tables to calculate a standard heat of reaction. Know how this relates to Hess' law • Be clear about the difference between STP and standard conditions in thermodynamics Unit 4: Second Law of Thermodynamics part 1 – ENTROPY and FREE ENERGY Read sections 17.1- 17.5. Note: This is an introduction to the fundamental laws governing the behavior of matter. Review the 1st law of thermodynamics (chapter 6) and then begin focusing your attention on the 2nd law, the nature of entropy, and the role of free energy in chemical reactions. Chem104, Spring 2014 5 Hunter College, CUNY define spontaneity from...
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