UALR 1402: General Chemistry I
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- 5.1: Energy
- Basic introduction to the concept of energy, with a description of kinetic with respect to chemical entities.
- 5.2: Heat Capacity
- The heat capacity of a substance describes how its temperature changes as it absorbs heat, it is the capacity of a substance to absorb heat.
- 5.3: Energy and Phase Transitions
- These temperature goes over heat curves, energy and phase changes.
- 5.4: First Law of Thermodynamics
- The first law of thermodynamics states that energy can not be created or destroyed, that is, the energy of the universe is constant. This allows us to define a thermodynamic system, which in the case of chemistry is a reaction, with the surroundings being everything else.
- 5.5: Enthalpy Changes of Chemical Reactions
- Determining the enthalpy of reaction for balanced equations
- 5.6: Calorimetry
- Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics to calorimetric calculations involving both real and ideal calorimeters
- 5.7: Enthalpy Calculations
- Calculating enthalpies of reaction from heats of formation or combustion data, and applying it to real systems.