Chapters in Zumdahl, Chapter 6 (except Section 6.5) and Chapter 16 (Section 16.7-16.9)

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__General Information and Review__

- Print out and explain [1st Year's 3 Laws of Thermodynamics]
- [[AP - Major Concepts in Thermodynamics] (nothing in it right now, 9/30/15}
- [Zumdahl Notes on Internal Energy and Thermo Intro in Chapter 6] (Thermo Intro and Internal Energy notes)
- HW (in Zumdahl Pg230), #21, 23, and 25.
- need to use 101.3J / (L-atm) when using w = -PΔV so that units will cancel.
- you get that number/unit when you divide 8.314 J / (mole K) by 0.08206 L-atm / (mole K ).

__ Enthalpy __Enthalpy

- [1st Year's Enthalpy Videos]
- [Zumdahl Notes for Enthalpy Intro in Chapter 6]
- Calculating Enthalpy change by:

- Calorimetry Equations:
- Non-phase change (system does not change phase): deltaH = (m)(deltaT)(c), where c = specific heat capacity (H
_{2}O is 1.00cal/(g-degC) or 4.18 J/(g-degC) ). There are variation on this equation where the m and c are changed but the importance thing is that units cancel. - Phase change Equation: deltaH = (m or other) (Phase change Enthalpy change)
- Big thing here is no deltaT (since in a phase change temperature does not change) and that the Phase change Enthalpy change term has some units as (m or other).
- There are various names for Phase change Enthalpy change include Molar Heat of Vaporization, Heat of Condensation, etc.

- Non-phase change (system does not change phase): deltaH = (m)(deltaT)(c), where c = specific heat capacity (H
- Hess' Law : [Example of Hess' Law Calculations]
- Standard Enthalpy of Formation: [Example of Standard Enthalpy of Formation Calculations]

- Calorimetry Equations:

- Day One : Introduction, [Enthalpy], [Calorimetry], and Hess' Law
- Day Two : Hess' Law Lab and StandardHeatofFormation
- Day Three : Entropy
- Day 4 : SolubilityQuiz1 and GibbsFreeEnergy?
- [Good website for potential energy diagrams]
- [Zumdahl Notes for Enthalpy Intro in Chapter 6]]
- [Zumdahl Notes on Internal Energy and Thermo Intro in Chapter 6]]
- [Example of Standard Enthalpy of Formation Calculations]
- [Example of Hess' Law Calculations]