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# Lecture 22. Midterm 2 Exam Review.

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OK so mid-term too come right out where reviewed today

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retired in some detail what's going to be honored now with

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6 had an error on problem too I know several of you brought this to our attention regrade all of them are right and basically what

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the crew the correct answer would be about Katie equilibrium we can then conclude nothing that

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OK so what's mid-term to cover in principle it covers everything on this line all of Chapter 15 chapter 16 sections 3 4 and 5 Chapter 17 sections 1 2 4 and 5 of Chapter 19 1st 3 sections of that right all of this is this is the only kinetics that we talked

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about so far at the beginning of chapter 19 and so as I thought about all

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of this material in writing this exam From a practical perspective I

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can't ask questions about all of this when was the

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questions are just trivial on these

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exams we don't want as trivial questions we want to ask more probing questions and so on what we

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decided to do is actually

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always ask about thermodynamics there will be any fanatics on the matter In

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fact problem 1 is going to be to problems on the exam problem 1 it's going to relate entropy McConnell cycle and the lecture that he's on Madam vast his lecture 13

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but if you look like 14 is there's lecture 12 were also impacting this concept all right but lecture 13 sort of the central lecture relating to this

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concept and problem Tuesday to be about the Gibbs energy reaction equilibrium constant and things related to that and that's the central lecture there's 17 it turns out OK

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recaps some highlights from from lectures 13 and 17 in this lecture try to emphasize a few

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points that may be Warren emphasized enough the 1st time around all right now I already

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made strong statements about what the extra credit problem was going to be In yesterday when I

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started the work on the exam I started to look through I Googled and I started to find out what information you would be able to find about this

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problem on the Internet and I basically concluded that it

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would be hard for you to get the right answer on this extra credit problems it's I found some

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really good papers about Lashell shall liaise principle and the Hebrew process but these papers

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are mathematically intense I'm not sure you know the

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last 8 pages of this paper but it's jammed full of equations in the talks about not ideology in the talks about concepts that we can really talk about In class

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at all so I'd like in the next couple

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of slides to explain to you

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what I was thinking right now I'm not going to ask this question a midterm exam amassed a different question but I want to explain it you got up at the

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end of what I'm explaining here I want you to tell me if this is what you're gonna write down if if it was a apologize but here's the

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ammonia synthesis reaction right here its equilibrium constants if we double

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hypothetically if we double the partial pressure of nitrogen In

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order for this equilibrium constant to stay constant and independent of about the values of these partial pressures this partial pressure harmonious and happy increased by Rutshuru because the square that ammonia partial pressures got a double in order for this kind K-State constant right and so on Of

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course this conforms to the exactly to the prediction of a shot liaise principal right if we increase and 2 we expect to increased the amount

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of ammonia that produced right

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if we increase and to hear we push this equilibrium to the right and generate more ammonia

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that's exactly what we shall use principle critics all right so

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why is the process the Hebrew botched process is different from that prediction wine why would we expected not to

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adhere to their prediction the key

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is in the catalyst particles what I'm trying to represent here is an Irish micro particles on some kind of indirect support right in the ammonia synthesis reaction In

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the Haber Bosch processed iron is used as a catalyst what is the iron do but basically what the iron does

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is it takes apart and generates but but also takes apart the H 2 takes apart the end-to-end produces activated

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hydrogen and nitrogen on the iron surface no

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this isn't actually literally correct way of dryness but all I need to represent by this is that we've created on the catalyst surface

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activated nitrogen and activated hydrogen OK and you

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can't think about that 1 way to think about that is that it's it pulls the nitrogen apartment produces a nitrogen species of bonded to the hydrogen it wouldn't happen this year this bond here is not meant to represent a single bond necessarily the presence of the iron catalyst activated Nigerian hygiene are produced on the island service ammonia is formed from these activated species so the reaction is occurring on the catalyst surface once you activate the nitrogen and hydrogen then they can

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react to give your money under conditions that are much milder then would exist in the absence of the catalyst but that's the whole point of the catalyst is to read reduce the pressure and reduce the temperature necessary to drive this reaction forward

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all right now once you understand this picture at once you agree that this picture is qualitatively correct I think you can see that if we increase the partial pressure of nitrogen and we get rid of most of the hydrogen on this surface because there's conservation of

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catalyst areas In other words if we saturated catalyst with nitrogen and other Levering much room for hydrogen does it and so the

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point is if the partial pressure of nitrogen is increased the part of becomes saturated with nitrogen at the expense of activated hydrogen

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that's the key right if if I fill

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up these binding sites of nitrogen and I get rid of most of the hydrogen is the reaction to be more efficient at that point or

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less efficient while the

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first-order this catalyst particles can operate at peak efficiency when the mole ratio between hydrogen and nitrogen is 3 2 1

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because that's the racial we need to make ammonia right rights of the 0 water picture in your in your mind should be we want

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3 times as much hydrogen on science

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surface as there is nitrogen under those conditions we would

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naively expect a reaction to the most efficient and generate the most ammonia but that won't

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happen if you increase and to you will saturate these mining site of nitrogen and you will make a less ammonia In this case outcome would be shift equilibrium further toward the reactants state in defiance of the law shall use principle right this is

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the difference right when you've got the catalyst particle you have to think about but on catalyst surface right if that if you can't generate a stoking metric mixture of the reactants on the catalyst surface so that they can react efficiently then you're going to favor the reactants relative to the products that makes sense how many people were about to say that on the matter well I

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apologize to you then the fact that but I believe but we're going to do

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instead is worded the whole problem directly off interim not a whole

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problem because pretty long but part of the problem right now it's slacken be exactly the same so don't memorize the problem is I'm to change the numbers but it's going to be virtually identical to a problem was on mid-term 1 no mid-term wine most of you didn't dominate bitter 1 and so I think this is a great idea because this is going to force everybody wants to get these extra credit points to go back and look at midterm 1 make sure they understand how to do those problems because if you want these 10 extra credit points I might make it even 20 I haven't thought about it yet writer today

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you're going to have to know undue do problems amid turmoil and I don't suspect most of you gone back in gone through and see what I do

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wrong how could I have got network now you have to do that OK so I should have given more thought that they were botched problem for the extra credit but I think if we had assigned a problem it would adjust been a disaster for everyone except this young lady right over him OK so what we wanted

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to in in what's left of this lecture is 0 4 this material and hit the high points and zoomed through this material and at the high point OK and then it's going to be here you don't have to

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worry about genetics on Friday there hasn't been any kinetics on the midterm exam but you got a focus on these 2 topics which I think are really at the crux of the thermodynamics that we talk about since mid term 1 right you can focus all your attention on that you can work on nothing but those kinds of problems so problem

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was going to be all about entropy and Connell cycle we've got 2 definitions frantically we've got a statistical definition for entropy Kailai W and we've got a thermodynamic definition for entropy This is what it looks like we talking about a reversible process IDS is DQ for reversible process divided by 2 we were talking about the car cycle he His flooding in

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and out of this cycle right were converting heat into work but there is no mass fluxes OK so we're not

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talking about an isolated system were not talking about an open system were talking about a closed system closed in the sense that there could be fluxes of heat and energy white but no

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fluxes of material right

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so the colonel cycles the most efficient exist existing cycle cables converting a given amount of thermal energy into work or by some

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VS but that's what the sole

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schematic diagram is supposed to indicate this is a hot the source whereas the war this is a cold weather wore white and were extracting he between hot reservoir on the holders of war in some of that he flexed gets converted into work by trying to represent you so the cardinal showed us is that we can think about a process that looks like this 1 are what are we looking at here this is a pressure volume plant this is an isaf amenity T-1 this is an ISO fermenting to this is the starting point for the cycle here at T 1 this is the higher temperature and so there are 4

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prophecies that make up every Connell cycle right there's a

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reversible Eisele thermal expansion the there's and Adia batik expansion volumes getting bigger here getting bigger here now there's a compression isothermal compression and an EU-backed compression those of the 4 steps but we spend so much time

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talking about this ,comma cycle because every pressure volume

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process can be carved up into little tiny cycles and if you think about this you what you've got this mosaic of cycles are right this downward process for this guy is the upper process for this guy and so these the lines that where you got adjacent Colonel cycles like this that line goes away because that I can't look back in various scandals of this end that can that so the

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borders of these Colonel cycles that our mosaic together all disappear and were left

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with a boundary that looks like it would be like a sock tooth but if you if you ImageNet there's a this 10

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thousand of these Connell cycles it starts to smooth out anew as you increase the number of Colonel cycles you start to match up with this

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purple border and consequently it's telling you

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about the efficiency of this

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random process even know this doesn't look anything like a Okano cycle the cardinal predictions applied to it that's why it's so

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important now normally the colonel cycle we're talking about a reversible reversible process season we're talking about an ideal gas but it also places a rigid upward limit on the efficiency that you can achieve for a real process with real gasses that are not acting reversible but it places a rigid upper limit on the efficiency of those processes it's important for that reason to even know when I'm usually talking about ideal gasses reversible prophecies so

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what we know for sure about this ,comma cycle well this is a nice of thermal expansion here the internal energy of an ideal gas only depends on its temperature the

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internal energy of an ideal gas only depends on its temperature it doesn't depend on anything else and consequently this is a nice of

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them so the internal energy of the gas is not changing anywhere along the size of the it's constant the internal

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energy the gas is constant on the ice of because internal energy of an ideal gas only depends on its temperature but here the temperature is not changing OK so

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that's true and this is an expansion so work is less than 0 that means that you have to be greater than 0 will cut because Hugh plus W past equals 0

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right OK so we know she was

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greater than 0 here in other words

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we have flux of heat into the system right then down here same story but this is the other rights affirmed colder temperatures that the colder temperature than that and the internal energy of idle death doesn't only depends on temperature and temperatures constant here so that's not changing work is greater than 0 secures going be less than 0 so there's the flux of

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heat out of the system OK and these 2 guys Arcadia bats so there's no fluxes of heat there all by definition because the radio that accuse Europe that's it we

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know before we even start thinking too hard about this OK the

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efficiency for Connell cycle is defined by this equation don't try to derive this equation it's just a

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definition all right it's markets performed In was in response to the temperature gradient divided by the heat that's absorbed by the system just the absorb

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heat that's only that high-temperature heat that the plots at the high temperature OK so

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it's that's the work that's the heat work over heat he transferred from the hot reservoir to the system that number doesn't matter at all I would get 25 per cent for this process right how the Licano cycle we can write the efficiency in terms of the temperatures of those 2 reservoirs the hot-tempered part

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reservoir on the cold reservoirs and we went through and derived

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this equation laboriously all right we can write the work that happens in each 1 of those 4 steps this is the I sought formal expansion this is the 88 batik expansion this the isothermal compression this is the immediate that compression but at that is the work that happens and is about process right how do we know

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that the internal energy of an ideal gas only depends on its the internal energy of an ideal gas only depends on its so consequently I can

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calculate the change in internal energy and I know cues not changing because it's

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really about process Q is 0 so that means the work

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started the that because of the change

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in the internal energy change in the internal energy equals work for needy that process by itself that's confusing about this is that the

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constant volume the capacity and the volumes changing is that confusing

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I think it's confusing right it's still correct the cost of buying the

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capacity doesn't depend on the volume of its volume

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independent for an ideal gasses 3 are over to .period right because

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volume capacities 3 are overdue that doesn't depend on the OK so now just looking at this equation I can see right away but these 2 terms on the cancel because they're just going to be that says the opposite of that because all on changes as the direction of this integration right OK and so I interpret these 2 terms and I can simplify bellows these equations look like they can't possibly be right but I have triple

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checked them and I am confident that they are exactly correct all right so

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there's this relationship between this these 2 temperatures T 2 and T 1 right that's what this to teach you and won refers to this as the 1 in the 4th that's the 1 In the former OK so this expression applies to any 2 temperature volume .period

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on right gamma is just

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CPO receiving but CP what is it numerically for an ideal gas 5 have all right

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so this is 5 are

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over 3 have right for an ideal guest OK so we can make those substitutions and do some algebra divide substitute my goodness of we get this expression once we've done that right that's the total work and he transferred from the horrors of war

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only now this is the total work for the whole kernels cycle here's the transfer from only from the hot reservoir

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of course there's he transferred in the cold reservoirs well but we ignore that were calculating efficiency and so now we can

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plug in these numbers into the plug that into that like that and that simplify it we get there now I'm not showing you this so that we can derive this expression for the efficiency of the carnal cycle I'm showing it to you

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because in the process of deriving this equation we learn a lot about how to calculate entropy changes internal energy changes he work we can calculate that for each step of the condo cycle that be the thing that know how to do what is the

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interview change for each of the 4 steps reversible Coronel cycle this is the expression that we have the firm anemic expression French this equation right here but so since the entropy is a state function we know that we can just a fad the entropy changes for each 1 of these 4 steps Bobo bloom bone not only that because it's a closed cycle because the carnal cycle ends

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up where it started we knowledge allegedly changes gotta be 0 right it has to be the state functions so if I integrate over the whole cycle the matter what that cycle looks like as long as I end up where I started dealt S is going to be 0 that's

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what that means writer steps 2 and 3 Arabia barracks accused 0 so that these 2 are easy to calculate by detonating a batik process that's needy batik across Q was 0 so the entropy changes 0 for the other 2 processes I can just

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calculate what the heat fluxes from the work all right that those of the

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temperatures and so this is the total we already know the total cycles gotta be 0 so that means that has gotten equal that right I feel in

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terms of entropy nothing happened but for the adiabatic processes but there's no entropy

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change for the better process is

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just a vertical line here and here here's the entropy change we can calculate for the isothermal processes by its own terms of temperature and entropy we get a box that's what the colonel cycle looks like OK now the colonel cycle

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applies to reversible process he's right but if the process is irreversible

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efficiencies lower right it is bounded by the efficiency of the reversible process but it can be equal to or less than that of the reversible process and we went through and a derivation of an equation that looks just exactly but this equation right all right so this this is called the closets inequality says if we integrate the entropy changes over any

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cycle process that does it work not every step is reversible right if there's 1 irreversible process embedded in some cyclical series of processes that end up at the same place by right this year ending up where you started right it's

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going to be less than or equal to 0 yes that's Claudius OK and so this clause inequality leads directly to the 2nd laughter when an Amex which says that for all

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prophecies reversible and irreversible Diaz is

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greater than or equal to or greater than 4 irreversible processes and equal to 4 reversible process these DQ over to this is the most

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rigorous state of 2nd laughter when anemic and we derive did by doing theirs and then talking about this and we talked also about this notice that and then we got to this but so this equation makes predictions about 3 types of processes there spontaneous and irreversible processes were that is an inequality by IDS is going to be greater than DQ over tea for reversible process is sequel the is that not spontaneous its last that's why the entropy is important it tells us about spontaneity OK some simple but important examples reversible phase transitions 4 face transitions there's a well defined and copy Of the phase transition but we can

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look it up it's in there are tables of and copies of phase transitions and the change in

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the centerpieces that Delta H a change in the end be divided by the temperature at which the phase transitions occurred were

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talking here about formal phase transitions right face occurs we change the temperature like melting like boiling but if we plot the

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entropy as a function of temperature but this equation tells us is that there are a stepwise changes in the entropy when we now when we bought right there stepwise changes in the interview that occur increases

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in the case of these phase transitions that we're talking about right now right there is more and to

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be in the liquid and solid want to be in the gas and liquids that's what these vertical lines are telling us

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right there's a stepwise increasing the entropy as we undergo these phase transition

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In terms of heating or cooling we can deduced that the change in the entropy is related to the heat capacity and with the right this expression for the change in the entropy where this sea it

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depends on whether the process that we're talking about a cursor constant volume or constant pressure if

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it's a constant pressure heating using Cesar that the constant volume meeting were using season the OK we use the see that's appropriate for the constraints that were posing on the system while we do the OK and so if we plot this is the change in the entropy divided by an hour but essentially were fortunate to the change in the entropy as a function of the temperature this is what the entropy looks like for a gas as a function of temperature as this curve shape it's increasing and we can talk about changes in volume the was my is sold for pressure volume work we to dealt S so consequently we can relate pressure and volume 2 Q right that allows us to write this expression from our normal general expression for the entropy and then by substituting from the ideal gas equation we can equate the change in entropy with this expression right here all right logged the final over the initial that tells us what's happening to the entropy is a function of volume and we can also by isolating the derived this expression for the change in the pressure notice here there is a minus sign here there is not but

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entropy going down as we increase the pressure it's going out as we increase the volume OK

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so if we want calculate the entropy for any kind of change we can now do that but I wouldn't calculated the function of temperature using this expression right here or a function of volume using this expression right here or the bunch departure using this expression right over here don't forget in the case of pressure only there's a minus sign right the final over initial final over initial final over initial

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temperature volume question OK so these are pretty simple expressions we can even drive them if we have to

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OK because this is a statement of salt if 2 things that happen

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calculate the entropy change when gasses he even expanded when gas is pressurized and cool write any combination of things all right the nice thing about the entropy is that the state functions you can calculate 1 thing at a time you know you can get from point a to point B anyway you want to be in your should get the right answer if you're calculating each segment correctly pride

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were a segment could be a change in temperature change in volume or change in pressure calculate any 1 of those things in any orders sequentially if

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you do it correctly you should get the right dealt asked for the composite process that might involve several different variables right that's the beauty of this passes the state function

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because vessel like Uganda I propaganda which argon gas is so this is straight out of a lecture

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13 a couple the interchange

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of organ gets 25 degrees of 180 a container volume 100 cubic centimeters compressed to 5 cubic centimeters signed heated so here changing the volume some Mason reversible processes and sepia constant write total change entropy is equal to the change in entropy for each 1 of these 2 processes done sequentially it shouldn't

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matter which order you do them in either process 1

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process to process once isothermal compression process to Zeisel volumetric heating OK we work results on the case so just looking at the signs in this particular

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case it was not possible to predict definitely whether the answer would be whether Delta as would be positive or negative for the process because 1 term is negative

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and the other terms positive rights on this case she can't really predict that the answers will be positive or negative before you do the

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calculations right if they were

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both positive you could say yes that's deftly parts so process 1 a compression a constant temperature that's this guy only using this expression here to calculate remember we pointed out in this particular case these 2 hours do not cancel here were calculating using odds to calculate and so you don't want to cancel the

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odds the unit's plug in the

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numbers this is the dealt asked that we get for the 1st process right negative we predicted there would be a good idea indicated we could have done

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it right after this compression were 25 C in 5 cubic centimeters process to seating a constant volume to 45 degrees C. White that's this equation right here where do you see the equals 3 or over to right Morgan assume this is an ideal this argon gas is behaving ideally so we need to multiplied by the number of malls and that's what we're doing right here take in all the numbers this is the Delta as that we get we predicted would be positive it's a pretty small number but it is positive small and positive

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I so that we just add these

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2 Delta as this together and we should get the composite process that's the total bill that we can say that the process is not spontaneous based on the

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side of adult calculate OK

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so that's the whirlwind

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tour through the problem was Freddie questions on problems 1 calculating Dell s saying something about a Oconnell cycle he work internal energy user concepts that were many of them also won major 1 but really no escaping that OK

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so problem Tuesday be about begins energy reactions heart of individual Reagan's product is contributing G the Gibbs energy but we looked at this curve endlessly what we deduce about the equilibrium state win look at the mixing of 2 isomers of hydrogen we did some algebra we derive something called the chemical potential ways to the chemical potential Is the Gibbs

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energy that we contribute to a single chemical species right it's the Gibbs energy that we can assign to that it's the contribution of a single chemical species to the Gibbs energy that's what that

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equation means even Bell there's a partial derivative here with respect a number of malls you look at that it's just puzzling right

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the way I think about this partial derivative as you already know as I think about it as the scale of this told g the system ended the partial derivative of the Gibbs energy with respect to the malls of the blues stuff you get by just thinking about removing a little

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bit of the blues stuff making a

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measurement of the total Gibbs energy and the difference before and after you remove that little bit of stuff that's the partial derivative of the gives energy with respect to the Blues W. all the green stuff in the on stuff constant this may seem

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childish but without this picture it really doesn't make intuitive sense to me but with this picture I understand perfectly the

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OK so about this chemical potential basically Everything that's true for the Gibbs energies also true for the chemical potential I don't think there's any

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exceptions to that except that the chemical potentials always referring To as saying it's that gives energy that we assigned to a single chemical species so

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the units are energy per mall pressure dependence is the same as G temperature dependence is the same as Jr and so the concentration is something that we hadn't talked about it but what is the dependence of the chemical potential on the concentration of that species we mentioned that there's this thing called the activity was said the activity has 2 parts to it there's no activity coefficient of concentration in this equation right here

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you can see very clearly how the chemical

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potential relates to the concentration right through it directly related to the log of the concentration and in the

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dilute limits right if any is

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very dilute this scam is equal to 1 and we can see very clearly what the relationship is between concentration and the chemical potential this activity coefficient In the dilute limit is equal to 1 otherwise it's going to be less than 1 there's very few exceptions to that but we haven't

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said hardly anything about the activity coefficient you're not going to have to answer questions about activity effects on mid-term to fight but you should

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understand that this is the relationship between chemical potential in the activity that's that's where we get the concentration dependence is from that OK so we already understand that Gibbs energy is minimized upon you approach the equilibrium of this issue of the Boeing other the Gibbs energy is an important issue to us it's

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important to understand qualitatively where that comes from because if we didn't have that Boeing effect right there was just a straight line that

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connected react in some products there would be no possibility for equilibrium to exist

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or if you this this system's

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who go downhill intermediate products that for equilibrium exists where will we know that's not

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true right equilibrium exists

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some intermediate mixture of reactants and products that depends on what the Gibbs energy air and so we did this little thought experiment where we mixed oxygen and nitrogen and we did that we concluded that we're going done mixing these 2 things are going to be halfway between them in terms of the composition of the system and we can then calculate what the change in the Gibbs energy for that 1 mixture of hydrogen and oxygen and we got minors 1717 jewels that's nowhere near the line between these 2 guys it's way they down here that means that there's a lot of Boeing in the system and where it comes from it is not dealt a Shh because for art

41:37

for an ideal gas Delta agent of mixing is 0 but there are no forces acting between gas molecules right so there's no heat released or formed when you expand or contract an ideal gas there forces acting between those molecules so Delta major

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0 but the entropy of mixing is not right this is 2 times don't that's the entropy of mixing acting on the system right and delta G is

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Delta H minus the Delta S isn't it

42:15

Fiji's Delta each minus the Delta S and so consequently that's where this comes from it's the entropy that's driving this and bowling but the Gibbs energy right it's the entropy that allows there to be an equilibrium

42:30

state that is not all products for all reactants right it's somewhere in between so we

42:40

then we can the Gibbs energy in terms of this extended the reaction and we concluded that we can derive an expression for the

42:49

reaction Gibbs energy

42:53

but which is just the slope of this curve at any point right and we've redenominated the horizontal axis here in terms of the extent of the reaction this symbol that I can't even figure out what it is Martin got equilibrium down here we've got a positive reaction Delta geez here negative reaction Delta you so the 3 possibilities if there reaction Gibbs energies less than 0 the reaction gives

43:24

energy is less than 0 it means the slope is negative the forward

43:27

reaction spontaneous gas four-year were spontaneously and on this direction if we're here were spontaneously going go in this direction of here we're not going anywhere and that's always says OK so we have not learning more about where equilibrium is located in terms of the progress of the reaction and so we derive an expression that allows us to say you about that we derived from this very important expression right the standard reaction Gibbs

44:10

energy equal minus art you belong to a that's a big that's an equilibrium constant but the equilibrium constant of the system is related to the standard reaction Gibbs energy so yes the reaction the standard reaction Gibbs energies 0 we expect equilibrium constant to be right in between react some products in other words halfway between react in some products the words

44:42

the numerator of the equilibrium constant equals the denominator in equilibrium constant the queue for the

44:48

reaction is equal to 1 there's many different ways that I can say the same thing OK equilibrium constant would be 1 in this case all right and if we this b is more stable a and we get the skewing we still have this bowling and brought about by by the entropy of mixing by then we can conclude

45:13

if the Standard reaction gives energy is less than 0 right here the standard energy is less than 0 the equilibrium constants can be greater than 1 and if it's less than 0 it's going to be less than 1 Pressel

45:33

qualitatively we want us to make sense but we want to make

45:38

sense that this curve tells us something about what the equilibrium constants gonna be are qualitatively we wanna be able to connect this picture with the equilibrium constant the OK so we can also do that quantitatively so Tamil methanol reformer can make predictions about which

46:03

way the reaction is going to go off we know what the composition of the system as we know the equilibrium constant is we can't say the reactions shift this way it's going to shift this way we can even say what the final concentrations of each reacted and product will be at equilibrium we have to go all the way back to kill 1 to remember how to do that alright but this might be the 1st time that you've been asked to do that

46:28

since Kim once I don't know seal plus 2 H 2 gives methanol right expression procure calculated Q is just the equilibrium constant expression where these partial pressures are not necessarily equilibrium partial pressures that's all Q choose the equilibrium constant not equilibrium right so you have to take the partial pressures that you're given calculate you from them right you're not calculating equilibrium constant unless these are equilibrium pressures in which case you work

47:04

the equilibrium pressures and this would actually be the equilibrium

47:07

constant but in this case report all the numbers immediate . 0 1 equilibrium constants 6 times 10 minus-3 so we compared decay we skew was bigger 1 is that mean it means that where

47:22

we are now is to product rich excuse higher than K because Protestant numerator of Q but if Q is higher than K and means for product Rich wrote relative to where we want to be at equilibrium In

47:39

other words were here equilibrium constants here product wretch where to the right of equilibrium OK so obviously what's going to happen is wouldn't wanna go downhill in this direction we're not going to make methanol organ maker last nite had already make more these guys but

47:57

the answer to the question and if we

48:02

wanted to we could calculate the reaction gives energy at that point right at every point along this curve we can if we wanted we know the composition of the system we can

48:12

calculate the reaction gives energy it's just equal the various

48:16

right we just plug in for Q if we know the standard reaction gives energy wide and we can talk that gives energy at any point that we we did here endit we concluded that its positive while would have to be but the slope of this tangent here is obviously positive at that point for putting

48:36

a positive number we knew we would know we made a mistake OK

48:42

and Silvester says we can change the conditions we can move the position of equilibrium and instead of here we can be over here now the reaction is going to proceed toward making a little bit more methanol where to go from here to here not a

48:57

huge amount but a little bit this is what problem Tuesday look like write some version of these types of problems testing these concepts right here right any extra credit problem is right up the mid-term 1 looking a lot of

00:00

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Mühle

Metall

Amalgam

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Kaugummi

Talk

Frischfleisch

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Substrat <Boden>

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Alaune

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Biskalcitratum

Verstümmelung

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Gen

Gletscherzunge

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02:04

Azokupplung

Spanbarkeit

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Tube

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02:50

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Tube

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Siliciuminfiltriertes Siliciumcarbid

03:29

Zwilling <Kristallographie>

Enzymkinetik

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Alkoholgehalt

Experiment innen

Chemische Forschung

Computeranimation

04:20

Chemische Reaktion

Gibbs-Energie

Bildungsentropie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

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04:58

Chemische Reaktion

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Gibbs-Energie

Bildungsentropie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Bildungsentropie

Gleichgewichtskonstante

Computeranimation

05:40

Chemische Reaktion

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Ammoniak

Gibbs-Energie

Bildungsentropie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

06:21

Azokupplung

Chemische Synthese

Chemische Reaktion

Ammoniumverbindungen

Biskalcitratum

Besprechung/Interview

Ammoniak

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Prion

Medroxyprogesteron

Hydroxybuttersäure <gamma->

Erdrutsch

07:05

Ammoniak

Chemische Synthese

Chemische Reaktion

Chemische Synthese

Ammoniak

Schussverletzung

Stickstoff

07:52

Ammoniak

Chemische Synthese

Eisenherstellung

Chemische Reaktion

Spezies <Chemie>

Chemische Synthese

Nanopartikel

Oberflächenchemie

Chemischer Prozess

Ammoniak

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Ammoniaksynthese

Therapietreue

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

08:33

Insel

Hydrierung

Primärelement

Spezies <Chemie>

Reaktionsführung

Chemischer Prozess

Stickstoff

Computeranimation

Ammoniak

Spezies <Chemie>

Eisenherstellung

Eisenherstellung

Chemische Reaktion

Oberflächenchemie

Chemische Bindung

Oberflächenchemie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Ammoniaksynthese

09:36

Bodenschutz

Hydrierung

Spezies <Chemie>

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Querprofil

Chemischer Prozess

Stickstoff

Computeranimation

Eisenherstellung

Chemische Reaktion

Oberflächenchemie

Nanopartikel

Oberflächenchemie

Krankheit

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Ammoniaksynthese

10:19

Hydrierung

Reaktionsführung

Chemischer Prozess

Wasser

Stickstoff

Bindungsenergie

Ammoniak

Eisenherstellung

Chemische Reaktion

Nanopartikel

Nanopartikel

Ammoniaksynthese

Aktives Zentrum

10:58

Hydrierung

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Chemischer Prozess

Stickstoff

Computeranimation

Ammoniak

Eisenherstellung

Sense

Chemische Reaktion

Oberflächenchemie

Mischen

Nanopartikel

Nanopartikel

Krankheit

Ammoniaksynthese

Aktives Zentrum

11:52

Eisenherstellung

Chemische Reaktion

Besprechung/Interview

Gibbs-Energie

Chemischer Prozess

Bildungsentropie

Ammoniaksynthese

Computeranimation

13:00

Mergel

Chemische Reaktion

Besprechung/Interview

Gibbs-Energie

Etomidat

Bildungsentropie

Neotenie

Uranhexafluorid

Computeranimation

13:51

Enzymkinetik

Bildungsentropie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Bildungsentropie

Topizität

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

14:36

Transformation <Genetik>

Sense

Besprechung/Interview

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Computeranimation

15:15

Quellgebiet

Extrakt

Mil

Quellgebiet

Chemieanlage

Druckausgleich

Chemischer Prozess

Stausee

Computeranimation

Medroxyprogesteron

16:07

Laminit

Zugbeanspruchung

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Chemischer Prozess

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Gangart <Erzlagerstätte>

Druckausgleich

Chemischer Prozess

Adsorptionsisotherme

17:03

Besprechung/Interview

Chemischer Prozess

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Aluminium

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Chemischer Prozess

Gasphase

18:11

Kochsalz

Mil

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Besprechung/Interview

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Fettglasur

18:54

Mil

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Besprechung/Interview

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Weibliche Tote

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

19:41

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Besprechung/Interview

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Computeranimation

20:22

Quellgebiet

Zugbeanspruchung

Besprechung/Interview

Diamantähnlicher Kohlenstoff

Gangart <Erzlagerstätte>

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Chemischer Prozess

Stausee

Computeranimation

21:20

Biskalcitratum

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

21:58

Cold Seep

Primärelement

Besprechung/Interview

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Computeranimation

Gasphase

22:53

Hydroxybuttersäure <gamma->

Besprechung/Interview

Genexpression

Periodate

23:33

Substitutionsreaktion

Wasserscheide

Elektronentransfer

Elektronentransfer

Genexpression

Stausee

24:13

Wasserblüte

Bukett <Wein>

Elektronentransfer

Bildungsentropie

Gangart <Erzlagerstätte>

Fleischerin

Genexpression

Konkrement <Innere Medizin>

Chemischer Prozess

Stausee

25:17

Gangart <Erzlagerstätte>

Bildungsentropie

Chemischer Prozess

25:56

Chemischer Prozess

Bildungsentropie

Bildungsentropie

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

26:36

Derivatisierung

Raster-Transmissions-Elektronenmikroskopie

Chemischer Prozess

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Bildungsentropie

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

27:13

Mühle

Claus-Verfahren

Chemischer Prozess

Gangart <Erzlagerstätte>

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

27:58

Phasengleichgewicht

Übergangsmetall

Chemischer Prozess

Setzen <Verfahrenstechnik>

Übergangsmetall

Setzen <Verfahrenstechnik>

Bildungsentropie

Selbstentzündung

Institute of Development Studies

Lactitol

Selbstentzündung

Tee

Chemischer Prozess

28:55

Formaldehyd

Phasengleichgewicht

Übergangsmetall

Funktionelle Gruppe

29:34

Phasengleichgewicht

Besprechung/Interview

Chemischer Prozess

Übergangsmetall

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Druckausgleich

Genexpression

Molwärme

Computeranimation

30:12

Chemischer Prozess

Bildungsentropie

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Funktionelle Gruppe

Druckausgleich

Genexpression

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Computeranimation

Druckbelastung

31:44

Besprechung/Interview

Chemischer Prozess

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Funktionelle Gruppe

Druckausgleich

Genexpression

Gasphase

32:24

Chemischer Prozess

Kochsalz

Mähdrescher

Bildungsentropie

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Druckausgleich

Gasphase

Computeranimation

Gasphase

33:07

Biologisches Lebensmittel

Chemischer Prozess

Stoffwechselweg

Bildungsentropie

Cupcake

Sepia <Pigment>

Computeranimation

Aktives Zentrum

Azokupplung

Herzfrequenzvariabilität

Alkoholgehalt

Bildungsentropie

Containment <Gentechnologie>

Chemischer Prozess

Ader <Geologie>

33:58

Asche

Zugbeanspruchung

Adsorptionsisotherme

Besprechung/Interview

Talk

Chemischer Prozess

Bildungsentropie

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Genexpression

Konkrement <Innere Medizin>

Adsorptionsisotherme

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

34:55

Asche

Zugbeanspruchung

Chemischer Prozess

Alkoholgehalt

Bildungsentropie

Boyle-Mariotte-Gesetz

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

Kubisches Gitter

35:49

Besprechung/Interview

Bildungsentropie

Selbstentzündung

Chemischer Prozess

Computeranimation

36:45

Oxoglutarsäure <2->

Spezies <Chemie>

Mischanlage

Hydrierung

Spezies <Chemie>

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Computeranimation

Aktionspotenzial

37:28

Mischgut

Fülle <Speise>

Tetrahydropyran

Spezies <Chemie>

Aktionspotenzial

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Chemische Forschung

Zunderbeständigkeit

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Computeranimation

Blauschimmelkäse

38:11

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Temperaturabhängigkeit

Konzentrat

Sterblichkeit

Druckausgleich

Computeranimation

Aktionspotenzial

Druckbelastung

Spezies <Chemie>

Sense

Vorlesung/Konferenz

39:10

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Reaktionsführung

Konzentrat

Aktionspotenzial

39:56

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Aktivität <Konzentration>

Reaktionsführung

Konzentrat

Aktionspotenzial

40:36

Matrix <Biologie>

Mischanlage

Rost <Feuerung>

Hydrierung

Mischen

Besprechung/Interview

Stickstoff

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Edelstein

Sauerstoffverbindungen

41:36

Mischanlage

Besprechung/Interview

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Delta

Bildungsentropie

Molekül

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

42:14

Generikum

Gekochter Schinken

Chemische Reaktion

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Gibbs-Energie

Genexpression

Periodsäure

Computeranimation

Konstitutionsisomerie

42:53

Spezies <Chemie>

Symptomatologie

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Gibbs-Energie

Zuchtziel

Chemische Forschung

Genexpression

Gasphase

Computeranimation

Chemische Reaktion

Aktionspotenzial

Derivatisierung

Arginin

Elektronegativität

Selbstentzündung

Lactitol

Golgi-Apparat

Reaktionsführung

44:07

Chemische Reaktion

Spezies <Chemie>

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Zuchtziel

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Gleichgewichtskonstante

44:47

Mischanlage

Reaktionsführung

Zuchtziel

Bildungsentropie

Gleichgewichtskonstante

45:32

Matrix <Biologie>

Methanol

Chemische Reaktion

Mischgut

Methanol

Sense

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Bukett <Wein>

Konzentrat

Chemische Forschung

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

46:27

Methanol

Mischgut

Chemische Reaktion

Besprechung/Interview

Bukett <Wein>

Chemische Forschung

Druckausgleich

Genexpression

Gleichgewichtskonstante

Computeranimation

47:06

Biologisches Lebensmittel

Mühle

Mischgut

Besprechung/Interview

Bukett <Wein>

Chemische Forschung

Explosivität

Radioaktiver Stoff

Mergel

Methanol

Methanol

Chemische Reaktion

Bukett <Wein>

Gleichgewichtskonstante

47:56

Druckbelastung

Matrix <Biologie>

Methanol

Chemische Reaktion

Mischgut

Reaktionsführung

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Selbstentzündung

Systemische Therapie <Pharmakologie>

Computeranimation

48:35

Druckbelastung

Methanol

Chemische Reaktion

Reaktionsführung

Besprechung/Interview

Setzen <Verfahrenstechnik>

Krankheit

Vorlesung/Konferenz

Selbstentzündung

Computeranimation

Homöostase

### Metadaten

#### Formale Metadaten

Titel | Lecture 22. Midterm 2 Exam Review. |

Alternativer Titel | Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics 131C. Lecture 22. Midterm Exam Review. |

Serientitel | Chemistry 131C: Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics |

Teil | 22 |

Anzahl der Teile | 27 |

Autor | Penner, Reginald |

Lizenz |
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DOI | 10.5446/18955 |

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 22. Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics -- Midterm Exam Review -- 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 thermo-chemistry 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 0:06:52 Ammonia Synthesis Reaction 0:15:05 The Carnot Cylce 0:26:33 Clausius Inequality 0:28:19 Prediction about 3 Types of Processes 0:33:20 S is a State Function 0:37:09 Chemical Potential and Free Energy |