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Lecture 14. The Gibbs Energy.
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energy for Khamis that's what the thermodynamics that's where the rubber meets the road in thermodynamics was the Gibbs
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energy it's going to allow us to tell whether a chemical reaction happens or not with the red equilibrium were not right this is what thermodynamics is going to do for us as chemists right so we've really been building up to this thing called the Gibbs energy In today's lecture is extremely boring but important right where they have some of those different lots of symbols today all right but what we want do is 1 of figure out where this
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gives energy comes from I was really never spelled out for me in the physical chemistry class I had back in 1981 right
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it was just years the Gibbs energy use what it does here's why it's important but no 1 ever really delighted but there is a nice derivation of the gives energy so that's what we're going to try and do today know we've only got 25 minutes so we may not get it we're not going to get all the way through this lectures and if we don't we'll just continue it on Monday so don't worry about that but
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not you know we talk about him a lot when you talk about finding Louis . structures at stake right
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realizations you come to fear an experimentalist does all the guys whose names are attached to equations in chemistry are all theoreticians pretty much right so Lewis was a theoretician it's not the people in the lab mixing the chemicals together plotting the data said it's the theoreticians who sit at their desks and with their pencils and figure stuff out he was the
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theoreticians like Einstein direct Schrödinger right these guys never get an experiment outside of school right they just look at other
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people's experiments and figure them out so he had an appointment
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at Yale graduate from Yale he got point there without salary but this was
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common at that time if you hadn't proven yourself as a scholar it was not uncommon to get hired by university you teach you do all this work but they wouldn't pay you anything until you started the published which was hard to do on those days now you write a paper it's in your computer in 10 minutes you can submitted to a adjourn electronically right boom it's a link on your the browser opens his of which uploaded to the website it's gone your submitted in those days you know everything had to handwritten manuscripts in triplicate delivered by horseback to the Journal office which was somewhere on the East Coast thing and I mean this process could take years to publish a paper
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statistical mechanics is right it's the underpinnings of
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thermodynamics but as tennis what we really care about is equilibrium we haven't said the word yet until today we have to use the word equilibrium I don't
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think you're maybe once or twice
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OK so we we need to get to that because we're ready to be done talking about this whole subject area right so let's get to the meat of the issue and then we can put it behind us but now oops Meyer selected schools to be up there so what we're trying to do today is to arrive at gives
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function in this would be a whole bunch of symbols but I really think it's worth understanding this so here we go
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the system is running so we talk about this already there's Open Systems closed systems and isolated systems everybody remember that isolated systems no matter or energy can change call systems energy only open both energy and matter most of what we said so far pertains to isolated systems because they're easier to
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understand a lot but for
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isolated systems we've already joyride that the entropy increases half the increase right for any nonreversible process the process reversible put an equal sign underneath this greater than or equal to 0 remember that
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OK so from isolated city interviews increases during spontaneous process that's what that means would actually derived this again today if you're neither 1 of these 2 categories and
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we virtually always are right for actually doing an experiment were not an isolated system or even an
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open system closest right we have to consider both the system and its surroundings in this nominee inequality In other words it's the total entropy of the universe that's gotta get bigger in the universe includes a system that you care about it and everything else OK so
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there's 2 terms in this total entropy theirs the system that you care about and everything outside of it because you're systems and communication with the outside world either by exchanging
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matter by exchanging energy
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OK so if the system is nice lady intrusive the gaps now this is the only thing that matters in terms of
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understanding was something is spontaneous or not derived this gives function but the gets function is going to be
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derived from that it's all about entropy the rights of you remember nothing else about this lecture you need to
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remember that spontaneity of a chemical process is about entropy and the Gibbs energies just away the cops to parameterize In a convenient way the entropy for us that's all we're dealing with the gets function were parameterize in
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entropy and convenient way OK so if this is true then I can move back over the right side a minus sign on him right so that has to be true and we're ready said we've got expression for the entropy in terms of the he gets transferred in the temperature and so I can make a substitution for the surroundings might DS here is going to be DQ it's plus the Cukor's is normally a minus sign that connects his miners DQ over tea with DES odds of that minus the assets in plus the 2 over tea surroundings now Q is a conserved quantity in other words if plus you enters the system might accuse removed their surroundings right if Q goes
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into the system and had come from its surroundings I of that's a plus for those system at a minus for the surroundings right
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but the focus so what we've already beaten into the ground is that DU use the internal energy that it was DW was the cue that means DQ was do you mind as the W and so I can just plug this Sanford DQ in equation right here right do you minus dw I know that this equation right here we haven't
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done anything fancy yet readings very simple but and
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all I've done here is assumed that the only work that's being done is pressure volume work OK so that the TV now let's multiply bolstered by surroundings when we do that really get T surroundings on that side we're gonna lose it from no right side and so here we go right all I get is multiplied baby surroundings set out on the lefthand side it's gone from over here write this
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doesn't look like our conservation of entropy equations anymore does it
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starting the more my book were still talking exclusively about entropy here but we just made substitutions from symbol but this equation is gonna keep coming up we're going to call it the pink equation "quotation mark what we're gonna do
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is we're going to
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find convenient expressions were DU plug them into the pink equation and we're going we're find finding gives equation find the Gibbs energy rather the Helmholtz energy but that's already due in the
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next 10 minutes really
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keep coming back to the pink equation now at equilibrium for nicely system bubbled up to survive for isolated systems DVD equals DU equals 0 in other words the internal energy the system doesn't change the volume doesn't change in sulfide if I prevent the volume from changing and prevent do you from changing this term is 0 this term is 0 in in other words DSS of the system is going to have to be greater than equal to 0 for an isolated systems rights of I just take the peak equation I say if my system is isolated this term is 0 and this term is 0 I divide by T. surroundings DS system that a greater than equal to 0 so we derive that
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now for an isolated system from this peak
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equation which came from
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this entropy argument the total entropy of the system and the surroundings has to be greater than equals 0 for any chemical process if it's spontaneous OK
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now a minute stopped writing CIS every time I'm talking about the system so if you see a big of a big
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letter would not know subscript assume it means the system some dog lovers running so keep using
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that both now this is a general 1st for any system moving toward a new equilibrium that what the not equality means but it
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means that the system is in flocks towards equilibrium all right now and then explain in detail exactly why we how we how
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we think about that OK at equilibrium in the packed the external pressure and the system pressure in the external temperature in the system temperature are equal 1 another the
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words the temperature is the same outside and inside the system the pressures the same outside and inside the system and it's intuitively obvious that this would have to be true for talk about equilibrium right OK so all
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this means the president yes OK so at equilibrium the pink equation becomes the yellow equation the only thing that's different is the equal sign right so that's what In
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equality means that were involving towards equilibrium when we get there we get an equal sign but will
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come back to this equation right this is the socalled master equation of fermenting Amex but they think equations
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actually more useful will keep coming back to the pink equation we walking continue to mention the yellow equation but but so the
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peak equation again it addresses many processes of interest for example employment interfere held constant if the volume and entropy are held constant volume in entropy a I that constant devious 0 if I hold the entropy constant India's 0 and that means that the US to be less than 0 so what does that mean it means that it's you that is minimized as we
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evolve from a non equilibrium state to an equilibrium state its view that as in minimized their only entropy and volume were
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held constant do we normally hold on volume Constable we do chemistry I
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don't know how you would I mean volume yes you can do it but to be difficult all right
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so far it's not super UF's useful for us as chemists to use the internal energy as a marker for weather at equilibrium were not because the internal energy is only going to be a minimum when volume intramural constantly careful entropy constant very easily right so we make note of this and we move on In other words a spontaneous process created constant volume in entropy will minimize the internal energy this is true but not terribly useful
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but then last week we talked about the
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yen felt the maybe that's more useful but the amphibious you plus PV that's just a definition so I take it total derivative of age that's going to be DU players the deeply because plus .period and I can just solve for you and plug it into the peak equation part
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that's standard strategy for the next but 6 minutes finding you plugged into the paint equation rearrange these variables got to you what we do .period into the pig equation with the pink equation tells us know what I do I've got this whole thing now that I'm a plug into their there it is OK and the 1st thing that we notice is that these 2 terms will cancel if the pressures are equal and let's just imagine that were approaching the
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equilibrium state and the article right they won't necessarily be equal
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until that's true but when were close to equilibrium this terminus term cancel hope you'll agree and if pressure and entropy are now held constant but we held volume and entropy constant earlier right now available pressure in be constant that is not more useful to us by the way but if we do that and to be so that goes to 0 pressure so that those 2 0 these guys can't with 1 another so we're left with deep so the ends helping is
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the variable that we're going to care about if we can control and maintain
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constant the entropy and the pressure notice that a useful thing for us
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to knows chemists well it's a useful thing to know but as a practical matter were not going to be constantly doing this and tho is not going to tell us when Red equilibrium most of the time we
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can't satisfy this requirement for maintaining the entropy constant OK now temperature actually it is a variable that we frequently hold
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constant as camps so we we
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considered DTE equal to 0 and DVD equals 0 ahead polls are requirements that we're sometimes to be able to satisfy the laboratory where
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we could do an experiment at constant temperature we do an experiment a constant volume right in In principle that's actually going to be quite a useful for us to understand where the red equilibrium under those
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conditions so the thermodynamic variable really care about your something called the Helmholtz energy an organ years wider definition for Tamils energy is called a basic will you monies ts that's just
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how it defines right that equation does it really mean anything to us or it wasn't we did
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derived from any place we just defined Hamilton that's what it is that we it is right that derivative of that equation are ideas do you mind DTS which is minus TDS minus STT Salford EU and what are we going to do plug into the pink
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equation is the right answer right
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there's the pig equation again we put this guy in 4 D U and there it is right right there OK and now what we're talking about right so that's going to cancel that without thinking too hard yeah we
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assume were close to equilibrium in these 2
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temperatures are going to be equal to 1 another that's the system temperature that's the surroundings OK and then if we further assume that DTU 0 devious is 0 the fact that it goes away In and the fact that guy goes away OK and so do you the
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Helmholtz energy it ends up being the thing that we really care about right at the Hamilton Agee's getting lower that should be spontaneous the Hamilton a G is getting higher that should be non spontaneous for any system that we care about right
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think you'll agree this thing can maintain constant volume the matter what the pressure is doing as long as the pressure stays below 3 thousand 80 m that's you that's how you do constant volume constant
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temperature right now most of the time we were not going to use this guide right so we have to still talk about the gives energy but will do that on Monday
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Titel  Lecture 14. The Gibbs Energy. 
Serientitel  Chemistry 131C: Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics 
Teil  14 
Anzahl der Teile  27 
Autor 
Penner, Reginald

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DOI  10.5446/18947 
Herausgeber  University of California Irvine (UCI) 
Erscheinungsjahr  2012 
Sprache  Englisch 
Inhaltliche Metadaten
Fachgebiet  Chemie 
Abstract  UCI Chem 131C Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics (Spring 2012) Lec 14. Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics  The Gibbs Energy  Instructor: Reginald Penner, Ph.D. Description: In Chemistry 131C, students will study how to calculate macroscopic chemical properties of systems. This course will build on the microscopic understanding (Chemical Physics) to reinforce and expand your understanding of the basic thermochemistry concepts from General Chemistry (Physical Chemistry.) We then go on to study how chemical reaction rates are measured and calculated from molecular properties. Topics covered include: Energy, entropy, and the thermodynamic potentials; Chemical equilibrium; and Chemical kinetics. Index of Topics: 0:07:14 J. Willard Gibbs 0:12:52 Entropy in Isolated and Unisolated Systems 0:26:04 Helmholtz Energy 0:28:02 Parr Bomb 