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Chem 1B. Lec 07. General Chemistry (Winter 2013): Thermodynamics - Second & Third Law, Part 1 (English)


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UCI Chem 1B General Chemistry (Winter 2013)
Lec 07. General Chemistry Thermodynamics: Second & Third Law -- Part 1
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Instructor: Donald R. Blake, Ph.D.

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Description: UCI Chem 1B is the second quarter of General Chemistry and covers the following topics: properties of gases, liquids, solids; changes of state; properties of solutions; stoichiometry; thermochemistry; and thermodynamics.

Recorded February 5, 2013.


Index of Topics:
14:09 - Finishing Chapter 7 (Title Slide)
14:17 - Example Problem
19:32 - Example Problem (Answer)
21:13 - Hess's Law example
26:42 - Hess's Law (Breakdown of Equation)
27:13 - Hess's Law (Breakdown of Equation cont.)
30:15 - Bond Enthalpies
33:47 - Reactants minus products equation
35:19 - Mean Bond Enthalpies (Table 6.8)
35:46 - Bond Energies and Reaction Enthalpies
36:44 - Average Bond Enthalpies
37:17 - Chem Quiz Ch. 7.22: The polymerization of ethylene to polyethylene is:
39:25 - Chem Quiz Ch. 7.22: Answer
40:41 - Problem: Using mean bond enthalpies to estimate the enthalpy of a reaction.
42:50 - Mean Bond Enthalpies (Table 6.8)
43:41 - Answer: Using mean bond enthalpies to estimate the enthalpy of a reaction.
45:12 - Heats of Solution of Some Ionic Compounds (Table 6.5)
47:26 - The Solution Process for NaCl (Diagram)
48:49 - Chapter 8: The second and third laws of thermodynamics
49:37 - Second Law
53:37 - Metal Cube Cooling (Figure 8.1)
54:23 - Gas filled Gas (Figure 8.2)
55:33 - Spontaneous Physical and Chemical Process
57:03 - Spontaneous vs Non spontaneous Change
59:58 - Entropy and Disorder
1:01:14 - Entropy (S) (Definition)
1:03:56 - Processes that lead to an increase in entropy
1:04:36 - Entropy is S
1:06:36 - ∆ S = qrev/ T
1:09:10 - Calculating Entropy example
1:09:43 - Calculating Entropy example (answer)
1:09:54 - Example: Solids, Liquid and Gases  (Figure 8.12)
1:10:07 - Global Isolated System Model (Figure 8.15)
1:10:37 - Entropy (Figure 8.16)
1:11:10 - Entropy of the Surroundings (Figure 8.17)
1:11:30 - Entropy exothermic reactions (Figure 8.18)
1:11:58 - Statistical Entropy - Thermodynamic Entropy - Phase Transition - Third Law: Molar Entropies
1:13:00 - Statistical Entropy


 
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