Steve Marsden’s

The driving forces behind chemical change


Subject Format File size (Mb) Source
Chemical Energetics Lecture

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2

State functions and path functions

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11

Thermodynamics: First Law and calorimetry Lecture

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2

Internal energy

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11

Work of gas expansion

1.31

10

PV work

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11

Calorimetry and Enthalpy Lecture

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2

Calorimetry

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9

Calorimetry

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11

Heat capacity determination experiment

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6

Heat capacity of a calorimeter experiment

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6

Specific heat of ethanol experiment

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6

Specific heat of copper experiment

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6

Heat transfer between metal and water

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4

Heat of solution of ammonium nitrate experiment ? 6
Heat of neutralization experiment ? 6
Heat of neutralization experiment ? 4
Heat of combustion of methane experiment ? 6
Heat of solution of sulfuric acid experiment ? 6
Heat of solution of calcium hydroxide experiment ? 6
Heat of solution experiments ? 4
Enthalpy

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11

Estimating enthalpy changes

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11

Enthalpy and Hess's Law Lecture

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2

Enthalpy and Hess's Law

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7

Hess's Law

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11

Hess's Law

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 1

Heat Laws simulation (Hess's Law)

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 8

Silver fulminate (1 joule) 0.377  
The non-burning £5 note demo

0.083/1.67

3

Thermit 0.110  
Entropy

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11

Entropy and the Second Law Lecture

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2

Molecular motion

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11

Vibrational modes

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11

Entropy, Free energy and spontaneity Lecture

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2

Reaction spontaneity 0.050 5
Gibbs Free Energy

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11

Gibbs Free Energy 0.030 5
Gibbs Free Energy plots ? 9

(1) USC, Chi Mak
(2) Texas A&M University, Lawrence S. Brown
(3) Oxford University
(4) Chemical Education Research Group, Iowa State University, Tom Greenbowe
(5) ModularCHEM Consortium, Cora Estrada
(6) Davidson College, David N. Blauch
(7) Dartmouth College, Brian P. Reed
(8) University of Oklahoma,Michael R. Abraham
(9) Chemland, University of Massachusetts, William Vining
(10) Prentice Hall, Inc. (see Legal Notice)
(11) Chemistry, The Science in Context, W.W. Norton & Co.