Chemical Reaction Equilibrium
 Learning objectives and key contents
Required Reading:
Koretsky 9.19.5 & 9.9
(1) Write a balanced chemical reaction given a complete or incomplete set of reactants and
products. Define the extent of reaction and stoichiome
Chapter 6. Phase Equilibria I
 Problem Solving Examples, Part I
The focus of this problem solving ppt is on pure species phase equilibrium.
You are expected to be able to
describe the concept of phase equilibrium;
apply purespecies phase equilibrium c
C7. Phase Equilibria II: Fugacity
 Problem Solving Examples, Part I
The focus of this problem solving session is on pure vapor species fugacity. You are expected
to be able to

understand the definition and concept of fugacity and fugacity coefficient
Chapter 4. Equations of State for Real Gases
 Problem Solving Examples
Expected outcomes for this session:
To develop the skills of using specified or appropriate EoS and steam tables to:
calculate a thermodynamic property of a pure substance given the
C8. Phase Equilibria III: Phase Diagram
 Problem Solving Examples, Part III
The focus of this problem solving session is on LLE. You
are expected to be able to solve LLE and also VLLE
problems similar to the Examples 8.5.
T8.Problem Solving  25
Example
C5. The Thermodynamic Web
 Problem Solving
Key Steps in Problem Solving:
Understand the problem.
Use a schematic diagram to illustrate your system and process, and label
your diagram clearly. Fully aware of conditions given to you, and properties
you a
C6. Phase Equilibria I
 Problem Solving Examples, Part II
The focus of this problem solving ppt is on mixture/solutions phase equilibrium.
You are expected to be able to
describe the concept of partial molar quantities;
understand the relationship betw
C8. Phase Equilibria III: Phase Diagram
 Problem Solving Examples, Part I
The focus of this problem solving session is to deal with vapor liquid Equilibrium
(VLE). You are expected to
Understand assumptions made in Raoults Law, and solve VLE problems us
C8. Phase Equilibria III: Phase Diagram
 Problem Solving Examples, Part II
The focus of this problem solving session is still to deal with vapor liquid Equilibrium
(VLE) when liquid phase is NOT ideal.
You are expected to be able to
Establish equilibriu
Chapter 13. Introductory Thermodynamics a Review
T13. Tutorial Solutions
13.1
Which of the following is an extensive thermodynamic property?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
13.2
Which of the following is path independent?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
13.3
Pressure (P)
Te
14th April, 2015
(1) Corrections: T6.Q3 solutions
v
(3) Clearly because > , will have a
gradient greater than the () at any given P,
thus the two lines will intercept each other. Not
only so, it will intercept each other at , where
are at equilibrium.
Cl
Chapter 4. Equations of State
 Learning Objectives
(1) State molecular assumptions of an ideal gas. Describe how the terms in van der
Waals equation relax these assumptions. Identify how the general form of cubic
equation of state accounts for attractive
ENSC3006 Midsemester Test1
Time: 14:00 Friday, 1st April 2016
Venue: Physics: Ross Lecture theatre
About Test1
Content of Test1: chapters 4 and 5 only
Type of questions: multiple choices and problem solving questions
Time allowed: 1.5 hours
It is a cl
Chemical Process Thermodynamics and Kinetics (ENSC3006)
Midsemester Assignment
(Total mark = 52)
To be released by 5 pm, Monday 16th May 2016
Due: 12 pm Friday, 27th May 2016
Instructions for Submission:
There is NO requirement of you to type your whole
ENSC3006
Final Examination 2016
While all contents covered in the unit are examinable, the focus of the final
exam will be on chapters 69.
Exam paper contains 3 questions with almost equal weighting
 Q1 & Q2: C6C8
 Q3: C9
Time allowed for the exam
Phase Equilibria I: Problem Formulation
 Learning Outcomes
(1) Able to explain why it is convenient to use thermodynamic property, the Gibbs free energy, to
determine pure species phase equilibrium. Understand the interplay between energetic and
entropic
The Thermodynamic Web (2 Lectures)
 Learning objectives
(1) Write the exact differential for any intensive thermodynamic property in terms of partial
derivatives of specified independent, intensive properties. For example, given = (, ),
write =
+
.
Chapter 7. Phase Equilibria II: Fugacity
 Learning objectives:
(1) Define fugacity, fugacity coefficient and activity coefficient; state criteria for chemical
equilibrium in terms of fugacity.
(2) Determine fugacity & fugacity coefficient of pure vapor s
Basic Thermodynamics Review
Understanding the Language of Thermo
This document provides a skeleton summary of important prerequisite thermodynamic knowledge for ENSC3006. It is compiled as
a list of basic syllables which are of fundamental importance to
ENSC3006 Important Notice
(25th May 2016)
Please spare a few minutes of you time to participate
in the online SPOT and SURF survey for the unit.
Thank You!
The SPOT survey can be accessed on unit website
(1st item) at LMS
C9. Chemical Reaction Equilibria