Lecture 1
Objectives. Students will be able to:
1. Define and give examples of intensive and extensive properties.
2. Use the Gibbs phase rule and Duhem's theorem to specify the overall state of a system.
3. Identify the qualitative features of vapor liqu
Lecture 10
Covers 13.5-13.7
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Calculate
as a function of temperature.
2. Write exact and approximate expressions for the compositions of reacting gas systems.
3. Write exact and approximate expressions for the compos
Lecture 12
Covers 14.4, 14.8
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Write the equations for LLE phase equilibrium.
2. Define and identify UCST and LCST.
3. Sketch VLLE
and
diagrams.
1. Equations for liquid-liquid phase equilibrium (LLE).
The conditions
Lecture 9
Covers 13.1-13.4
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Identify the sign convention on stoichiometric coefficients.
2. Define the reaction coordinate,
3. Identify the contraints on
.
for a system at equilibrium at constant
4. Write single & m
Lecture 5
Covers 11.6-11.9
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Compute
from the Lee-Kesler correlations.
2. Use linear interpolation for 2-d tabular functions.
3. Define
in terms of
.
4. Derive the criterion for phase equilibrium in terms of
.
5. Def
Lecture 7
Covers 12.2-12.3
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Describe the difference between rational functions and local composition models for
computing
.
2. Use the Margules, van Laar, Wilson, and NRTL equations for computing
3. Define the prope
Lecture 4
Covers 11.3-11.5
Objectives. Students will be able to:
1. Define partial properties
2. Identify the Gibbs-Duhem Equation.
3. Define nomenclature for mixtures.
4. Compute partial molar properties.
5. Calculate ideal gas mixture properties.
6. Def
Lecture 6
Covers 12.1
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Derive the exact phase equilibrium equations.
2. Simplify the exact phase equilibrium equations.
3. Identify positive & negative deviations from solution ideality.
4. Describe the relationship
Lecture 8
Covers 12.4
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Write the physical-change equations for solution problems.
2. Compute
from
data.
3. Solve heat of solution problems.
4. Identify the zero of enthalpy for a given
5. Use
diagram.
diagrams to so
Lecture 3
Objectives. Students will be able to:
1. Derive the Gibbsian equations starting from one fundamental property relation.
2. State the fundamental property relation for a mixture.
3. Use Euler's theorem to write functions in terms of their partial
Lecture 11
Covers 13.8-13.10
Objectives: Students will be able to:
1. Derive the Gibbs Phase Rule for reacting systems.
2. Calculate the number of independent chemical reactions.
3. Compute the equilibrium composition for multiple reactions.
4. Describe t