Physical Chemistry 1
- Department of Nuclear Chemistry
The introductive part is devoted to the recapitulation of the thermodynamic systems and thermodynamic properties of ideal and real gases. Next chapters are devoted to the first, second and third law of thermodynamics and their applications. Last but not least, attention is devoted also to the thermodynamic, phase and chemical equilibriums as well as to the elementals of nonequilibrium thermodynamics.
Differential and integral calculus, general chemistry
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Recapitulation of describing of ideal and real gases and the zero law of thermodynamics
2.The first law of thermodynamics and the reaction heats
3.The second law of thermodynamics
4.The third law of thermodynamics
6.One component phase equilibrium
7.Ideal and non ideal solutions
8.Phase diagrams for the two- and three- component systems
10.The equilibrium constant and degree of conversion
11.Degree of conversion
- Syllabus of tutorials:
2.Ideal and real gases
3.First thermodynamic law, calculation of heat capacities and volume work of the systems
4.Calculatio of heats of chemical reactions and heats of phase transitions, termochemistry
5.Second thermodynamic law, dependence of thermodynamic functions on
7.Calculation of fugacity and aktivity of real systems.
9.Determination of the equilibrium constant and its temperature dependence.
11.Calculation of equilibrium constant from thermodynamic data.
12.Effects of equilibrium conditions on the chemical equilibrium.
- Study Objective:
To acquire the knowledge of principles of phenomenologic thermodynamics (thermodynamic laws, thermodynamic, phase and chemical equilibrium, elementals of nonequilibrium thermodynamics) and the competence of their applications is the goal of study.
- Study materials:
1. Atkins P., de Paula J.: Physical Chemistry, seventh edition. Oxford University
press, Oxford, New York 2002.
2. Levine I. N.: Physical Chemistry, 3th edition, McGraw-Hill Boock Company.
1. Zumdahl, S.: Chemical principles, fifth edition, Houghton Mifflin Company,
Boston, NewYork, 2005
2.Chang, R.: Chemistry, ninth edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2007
3.Murphy B.,Murphy C., Hathaway B.: Physical Chemistry Calculation, Royal Society of Chemistry, 1997
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: