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Physical Science
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CONFLICT AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS:
A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS
Jacob Bercovitch
Introduction
Research into behaviour in organizations can be divided into two
categories: normative and descriptive. Normative research is concerned
with how thin
The rate law
The reaction order, the rate constant k
The mechanisms of reaction
Elementary reactions, the rate limiting step
The temperature dependence of the rate
Transition-state theory
Studying the kinetics
Relaxation kinetics, the diffusion c
Chemical Potential (i)
G
i
n
i T , P ,n j ni
At Equilibrium
(Constant P and T)
0
= + RT ln a
(state1) = (state 2)
Chemical reactions
Phase changes
across a membrane
State 1 reactantsState 1 liquidState 1 inside
State 2 products State 2 gas, etc.
Carnot
cycle:
dq rv
T =0
qrv
S!
; "S = (S2 # S1 ) $
T
! q rv
%T
Boltzmanns equation of entropy
S = k ln N ; k = Boltzmann' s cons. = 1.318 10
23
R
J/K=
N0
N = number of microscopic states of the system
The second law of thermodynamics
Spontaneously: S
Entropy is a thermodynamic state function
!S "
! q rv
# T and
! q rv
#
! T =0
Entropy is Not Conserved but increases spontaneously.
For an isolated system:
!S = (S2 " S1 ) #
! q rv
$ T #0
For a spontaneous process:
S(system) + S(surroundings) 0
! q rv
G H - TS
For a system with PV work only (dWrev* = 0):
dG = VdP SdT
The change of G with T at constant P (dP = 0), assume S is
independent of temperature:
dG = VdP SdT = SdT ;
T2
T2
dG = SdT
T1
T1
dG
= S or
dT
dG
= S
dT
If S is independent of temperature
E and H are independent of path
w and q depend on path
Initial
state:
n
T1, P1, V1
I.
T = 0
I-state:
P= P2
P = 0
V,
T = T1
V = 0
I-state:
P
V =V1 T = 0
T = T2
Intermediate
state:
n, P, V, T
Final state:
II
n (closed sys)
P2 , V2, T2
E = E (isothermal ) +
Thermodynamic paths and the
state functions
Isobaric: constant P, Psys = 0
Isothermal: Constant T, T = 0
Isochoric: constant V, V = 0
State 1
Adiabatic: q = 0
State 2
Reversible process
Cyclic path: E = 0, H = 0
The change of state functions, E, P, etc. a
Heat: energy exchange driven by
temperature difference
System: the top bar
System: both bars
TA = 20 oC
TB = 100 oC
TA = 20 oC
TB = 100 oC
Heat
q (TA TB )
q = 0 when TA = TB = Tf
q=0
20 o C < Tf < 100 o C
If heat is absorbed by the system:
If the system l
Biophysical Chemistry
CHEM350/650 SEC001/002
Please pick up your Syllabus
Biophysical Chemistry
Physical Chemistry is a set of principles
and experimental methods for exploring
chemical systems: to understand the
mechanisms and to predict the outcomes.
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