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Author Foulkes, Frank R
Title Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied Sciences
Imprint Bosa Roca : Taylor & Francis Group, 2012
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Edition 1st ed
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Note Front Cover -- Dedication & Appreciation -- Contents -- Preface -- About The Author -- Nomenclature -- Chapter 1 Things You Should Know But Probably Forgot -- Chapter 2 States Of Matter And The Properties Of Gases -- Chapter 3 The Ideal Gas -- Chapter 4 The Kinetic Theory Of Gases -- Chapter 5 Real Gases -- Chapter 6 Thermodynamics ( I) -- Chapter 7 Thermodynamics ( Ii) -- Chapter 8 Thermodynamics ( Iii) -- Chapter 9 Thermodynamics ( Iv) -- Chapter 10 Thermodynamics ( V) -- Chapter 11 Thermodynamics ( Vi) -- Chapter 12 Thermodynamics ( Vii) -- Chapter 13 Chemical Equilibrium ( I) -- Chapter 14 Chemical Equilibrium ( Ii) -- Chapter 15 Phase Equilibrium ( I) -- Chapter 16 Phase Equilibrium ( Ii) -- Chapter 17 Mixtures -- Chapter 18 Colligative Properties -- Chapter 19 Ionic Equilibrium -- Chapter 20 Cid And Base Dissociation -- Chapter 21 Bases And Their Salts -- Chapter 22 Buffer Solutions -- Chapter 23 Solubility Equilibria -- Chapter 24 Oxidation- Reduction Reactions -- Chapter 25 Electrochemistry -- Chapter 26 Chemical Reaction Kinetics -- Appendices -- Appendix 1. Properties Of The Elements -- Appendix 2. Thermodynamic Data For Selected Gasesand Vapors At P° = 1 Bar And 298.15 K -- Appendix 3. Thermodynamic Data For Selected Liquidsat P° = 1 Bar And 298.15 K -- Appendix 4. Thermodynamic Data For Selected Solidsat P° = 1 Bar And 298.15 K -- Appendix 5. Thermodynamic Data For Selectedaqueous Ions(1) At P° = 1 Bar And 298.15 K -- Appendix 6. Analytical Solution Of A Cubic Equation -- Appendix 7. The Newton-raphson Method -- Appendix 8. Understanding Basic Integration -- APPENDIX 9. UNDERSTANDING LOGARITHMS, EXPONENTIALS,AND dx x1 -- Appendix 10(a). Standard Reduction Potentials (v Vs. She) In Aqueoussystems At 25°c And One Atm Pressure: By Potential -- Appendix 11. Answers To Exercises -- Appendix 12. Answers To Problems -- Back Cover
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BUT PROBABLY FORGOT Basic Definitions SI Units Dalton's Atomic Theory Stoichiometry Equivalent Weight Amount of Substance: the Mole Avogadro's HypothesisConservation of Mass Conservation of ChargeAtomic Mass Scales STATES OF MATTER AND THE PROPERTIES OF GASES The Three States of Matter Pressure Archimedes' Principle Temperature THE IDEAL GAS The Ideal Gas Equation of State Molar Volumes Combined Gas Equation Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures Mole Fractions Partial Volumes THE KINETIC THEORY OF GASES Postulates Simplified Derivation of the Ideal Gas Law The Meaning of Pressure The Meaning of Temperature Diffusion and Effusion The Speeds of Gas Molecules Effect of Pressure on Speed Distribution of Molecular Speeds The Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution as an Energy Distribution Fraction of Molecules Having E > E'Concluding Remarks REAL GASES Real Gases Isotherms for Real Gases Equations of State for Real Gases The Virial Equation The Van der Waals Equation Liquefaction of Gases THERMODYNAMICS (I) Thermodynamics Definitions Used In Thermodynamics Work PV-WorkMaximum Work Obtainable from the Isothermal Expansion of an Ideal GasReversible Processes THERMODYNAMICS (II) Internal Energy (U) and the First Law of Thermodynamics State Functions Work and Heat Are Not State Functions Q and W Have Algebraic Signs Another Look At PV-Work Chemical Reaction in a Constant Volume System The Heat Capacity of a Single Phase System ΔU for the Isothermal Expansion of an Ideal Gas The Internal Energy of a Monatomic Ideal Gas THERMODYNAMICS (III) Enthalpy (H) Constant Pressure Processes Thermochemistry ΔH for Fusion (Melting) and Freezing ΔH for Vaporization and Condensation ΔH for Sublimation Ionization Enthalpies Electron Affinities Bond Enthalpies THERMODYNAMICS (IV) The Standard State for Chemical Reactions Hess's Law of Constant Heat Summation
Standard Enthalpies of Formation Variation of ΔH with Temperature at Constant Pressure THERMODYNAMICS (V) Spontaneous Processes Entropy (S) ΔS for the Isothermal Expansion of an Ideal Gas ΔS for a Constant Pressure Heating or Cooling Process ΔS for a Constant Volume Heating or Cooling Process ΔS for a Reversible Phase Change Whenever a Real Process Takes Place ΔSuniv Increases Trouton's Rule THERMODYNAMICS (VI) Absolute Entropies and the Third Law of Thermodynamics Dealing With Phase Transitions Entropy Changes for Chemical Reactions THERMODYNAMICS (VII) Gibbs Free Energy (G) Gibbs Free Energy Changes, "Other" Work, and Spontaneity Evaluation of ΔGT,P ΔG° for a Chemical Reaction Thermodynamic Stability CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM (I) Equilibrium Constants The Reaction Quotient (Q) and Relative Activities (ai)Formulation of Equilibrium Constants Molar Free Energies ΔGR for Chemical Reactions CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM (II) Calculations Using Thermodynamic Equilibrium Constants Effect of Catalyst on K Effect of Temperature on K Effect of Pressure on K PHASE EQUILIBRIUM (I) Phase Change and Gibbs Free Energy Phase Diagram for a Single Pure SubstanceThe Phase Rule PHASE EQUILIBRIUM (II) Phase Diagram for CO2 Phase Diagram for Water The Clapeyron Equation Phase Diagram for Carbon Phase Diagram for Helium The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation MIXTURES Expressions for Concentration Partial Molar Volumes The Chemical Potential (μ) The Chemical Potential of a Component in an Ideal Gas Mixture More About Activities Ideal Liquid Solutions of Volatile Solutes: Raoult's Law Ideal Liquid Solutions of Non-Volatile Solutes Ideal Liquid Solutions of Two Volatile Liquids Real (Non-Ideal) Solutions Chemical Potential and Solvent Activity Ideal Dilute Solutions of Volatile Solutes: Henry's Law The Solubility of Gases Distillation The Lever Rule Liquid-Liquid Phase Diagrams Liquid-Solid
Phase Diagrams Compound Formation COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES Colligative Properties Vapor Pressure Depression Boiling Point Elevation and Freezing Point Depression Osmotic Pressure IONIC EQUILIBRIUM Ionic Equilibrium Activities of Dissolved Species in Solution Activities and Activity Coefficients of Electrolytes in Solution Acids and Bases: The Brønsted-Lowry Concept The Self-Dissociation of Water Neutral Solutions ACID AND BASE DISSOCIATION Acid Dissociation Constants, Ka Dissociation of a Weak Acid Polyprotic Acid Calculation: Charge and Mass Balances Simplified Approach BASES AND THEIR SALTS Weak Bases: B or BOH The Salt of a Weak Acid: Hydrolysis The Rigorous Method The Salt of a Weak Base Acid-Base Titrations BUFFER SOLUTIONS Buffer Solutions Buffer of a Weak Acid and its Salt: HA + NaA Rigorous Derivation: HA/NaA Buffer Buffer of a Weak Base and Its Salt: BOH + BCl Rigorous Expression for BOH/BCl Buffer Acid-Base Indicators: HIn SOLUBILITY EQUILIBRIA Solubility Equilibria Relationship Between KSP and Solubility for Different Salt Types Activity Effects and Solubility The Common Ion Effect Salting In Selective Precipitation OXIDATION-REDUCTION REACTIONS Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions Rules for Assignment of Oxidation Numbers Steps for Balancing Redox Reactions ELECTROCHEMISTRY Half-Reactions, Electrodes, and Electrochemical Cells Electrical Work Types of Cells Liquid Junctions and Salt Bridges Equilibrium Voltages The Nernst Equation Single Electrode Potentials Calculation of Equilibrium Cell Voltages from Half-Cell Potentials Equilibrium Constants from Cell Voltages Thermodynamic Functions from Cell Voltages Concentration Cells CHEMICAL REACTION KINETICS Rates of Reactions: Chemical Kinetics Concentration Profiles Expression of Reaction Rates Differential Rate Laws First Order Reactions Half-Lives Second Order Reactions Zeroth Order
Reactions Experimental Determination of k, m, and n Reaction Mechanisms The Rate-Determining Step Reaction Rates and Equilibrium Reaction Intermediates Effect of Temperature Rates of Ionic Reactions APPENDICES Properties of the Elements Thermodynamic Data for Selected Gases and Vapors Thermodynamic Data for Selected Liquids Thermodynamic Data for Selected Solids Thermodynamic Data for Selected Aqueous Ions Analytical Solution of a Cubic Equation The Newton-Raphson Method Understanding Basic Integration Understanding Logarithms, Exponentials, and the Integral of 1/x Standard Reduction Potentials Answers to Exercises Answers to Problems
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Subject Chemistry, Physical and theoretical.;Chemistry, Technical.;Physical biochemistry
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