Thermodynamics

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From this App you can learn : Define system and surroundings and the list different types of systems. State the thermodynamic properties and identify the extensive and intensive properties. Describe three types of thermodynamic equilibria: thermal equilibrium, mechanical equilibrium and chemical equilibrium. Explain internal energy, work and heat: distinguish the state function and path function. Discriminate between isobaric, isothermal, isochoric and adiabatic processes. State first law of thermodynamics and express it mathematically. State Hess s law and measure the change in enthalpy(?H) of a process. State zeroth law of thermodynamics and give its application. Explain entropy as a thermodynamic state function and apply it for spontaneity. State second law of thermodynamics and explain the spontaneity criteria in terms of Gibbs free energy change. Give the relation between free energy change, equilibrium constant of a reaction and net EMF of an electrochemical cell and solve the problems based on this relation. State third law of thermodynamics and apply Nernst heat theorem to calculate transition entropies. More details please visit http://www.wonderwhizkids.com/ "Wonderwhizkids.com" hosts concept oriented content in Maths & Sciences specially designed for K-8 to K-12 grades. "Wonderwhizkids (WWK) enables students to enjoy learning with application oriented, visually rich content which is simple and easy to understand. The content is aligned to best practices of learning and teaching. Students can develop strong basics, critical thinking and problem solving skills to do well in school and beyond. Teachers can use WWK as a reference material to be more creative in designing engaging learning experiences. Parents also can actively participate in their child s development through WWK". This topic covers under Chemistry subject as a part of the Chemical Reactions topic and this topic contains following sub topics Thermodynamics System and surroundings Macroscopic properties of a thermodynamic system Energy, heat and work First law of thermodynamics Hess s law Zeroth law Second law Gibbs free energy
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