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PREFACE 
SYMBOLS AND NOTATION 
CHAPTER 1 
THERMODYNAMIC CHANGES, PROPERTIES & TYPES OF FUNCTION: 
INTENSIVE / EXTENSIVE PROPERTIES, HISTORY¿INDEPENDENT 
FUNCTIONS & STATE FUNCTIONS. 
CHAPTER 2 
INTEGRATION IN THERMODYNAMICS 
CHAPTER 3 
GRAPHICAL GRADIENTS & INTERCEPTS 
DIFFERENTIATION IN THERMODYNAMICS. 
EQUATION OF STATE FOR AN IDEAL GAS. 
CHAPTER 4 
THE IDEAL GAS. 
CHAPTER 5 
PARTIAL DERIVATIVES (?Z/?Y)Z SIMPLIFIED. 
CHAPTER 6 
REARRANGEMENT OF EQUATIONS. 
LOGARITHMS & EXPONENTIALS. 
ADAPTING EQUATIONS IN THERMODYNAMICS TO APPLY TO SPECIAL 
CONDITIONS. 
CHAPTER 7 
THERMODYNAMICS: MAIN FEATURES. 
 DEFINITIONS. 
SIGN CONVENTIONS. 
HEAT & WORK. 
ZEROTH LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS. 
SPONTANEOUS PROCESSES. 
CHAPTER 8 
HEAT & WORK. 
 FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS. 
CHAPTER 9 
WORK OF EXPANSION. 
IRREVERSIBLE & REVERSIBLE CHANGES. 
CHAPTER 10 
INTERNAL ENERGY, U AND ENTHALPY, H; 
 qP & qV AND HEAT CAPACITIES, Cp & Cv 
CHAPTER 11 
REFERENCE STATES. 
THERMODYNAMIC DATA AT 298 K 
AND AT OTHER TEMPERATURES. 
CHAPTER 12 
BOND ENTHALPY (ENERGY) 
CHAPTER 13 
SPONTANEITY, ENTROPY & GIBBS ENERGY 
CHAPTER 14 
ENTROPY & SECOND LAW. 
THE EQUIVALENCE OF THE CRITERIA, ?G system < 0 AND ?S universe > 0 TO 
JUDGE THE SPONTANEITY OF PROCESSES 
CHAPTER 15 
CALCULATION OF ENTROPY 
CHAPTER 16 
THE THIRD LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS. 
ABSOLUTE (THIRD LAW) ENTROPY, So. 
CHAPTER 17 
THE STATISTICAL DEFINITION OF ENTROPY. 
THE BOLTZMAN EQUATION: S = k ln W. 
CHAPTER 18 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY 
GENERAL VARIATION OF GIBBS ENERGY FUNCTION, G WITH 
TEMPERATURE, T AT CONSTANT PRESSURE (dP = 0) FOR ANY PHASE OF 
A PURE SUBSTANCE. 
 
CHAPTER 19 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY 
GENERAL VARIATION OF ENTHALPY AND ENTROPY FUNCTIONS, H AND 
S, WITH TEMPERATURE, T AT CONSTANT PRESSURE (dP = 0) FOR ANY 
PHASE OF A PURE SUBSTANCE. 
CHAPTER 20 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY SO FAR: 
VARIATION OF GIBBS ENERGY, G WITH PRESSURE, P AT CONSTANT 
TEMPERATURE (dT = 0) 
AND 
VARIATION OF ENTROPY, S WITH PRESSURE, P AT CONSTANT 
TEMPERATURE (dT= 0) FOR AN IDEAL GAS. 
CHAPTER 21 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY: 
GENERAL VARIATION OF GIBBS ENERGY FUNCTION, G VERSUS 
TEMPERATURE, T FOR SOLID, LIQUID AND GASEOUS PHASES. 
PREDICTION OF PROPERTIES. 
CHAPTER 22 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY; 
GENERAL VARIATION OF ENTHALPY FUNCTION, H WITH 
TEMPERATURE, T FOR SOLID, LIQUID AND GASEOUS PHASES. 
CHAPTER 23 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY: 
EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON MELTING POINT, Tm AND BOILING POINT, Tb. 
Case (i): (NORMAL) SUBSTANCES FOR WHICH: 
 Vg >> Vl > Vs 
CHAPTER 24 
QUALITATIVE APPLICATION OF THEORY: 
EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON MELTING POINT, Tm AND BOILING POINT, Tb. 
CASE (ii): WATER FOR WHICH Vg >> Vl < Vs 
CHAPTER 25 
QUANTITATIVE APPLICATONS: 
APPROACH TO PHASE EQUILIBRIA. 
THE CLAPEYRON EQUATION. 
CHAPTER 26 
APPLICATIONS: 
QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO PHASE EQUILIBRIA. 
THE CLAUSIUS¿CLAPEYRON EQUATION. 
MEASUREMENT OF VAPOUR PRESSURE OVER A LIQUID, AND 
DETERMINATION OF ?vapHo FOR A LIQUID. 
TROUTON¿S RULE. 
CHAPTER 27 
APPLICATIONS. 
OPEN SYSTEMS. 
CHEMICAL POTENTIAL. 
CHEMICAL REACTIONS 
CHAPTER 28 
APPLICATIONS: COUPLED REACTIONS. 
CHAPTER 29 
CHEMICAL POTENTIALS APPLIED TO PHYSICAL PROCESSES. 
CLOSED & OPEN SYSTEMS. 
CHAPTER 30 
THE PHASE RULE 
CHAPTER 31 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
IDEAL & REAL GASES. 
DALTON¿S LAW OF PARTIAL PRESSURES. 
CHAPTER 32 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
IDEAL LIQUID MIXTURES. 
VAPOUR PRESSURE & RAOULT¿S LAW. 
CHAPTER 33 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
IDEAL LIQUID MIXTURES. 
REAL LIQUID MIXTURES 
CHAPTER 34 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES. 
CHAPTER 35 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
GENERAL USE OF CHEMICAL POTENTIALS TO ESTABLISH EQUILIBRIUM 
THERMODYNAMIC RELATIONSHIPS. 
CHAPTER 36 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
INTERPRETATION OF THE NATURE OF THE LOGARITHMIC TERM. 
MOLALITY. 
CHAPTER 37 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
THERMODYNAMICS OF IDEAL MIXING. 
USE OF CHEMICAL POTENTIALS. 
CHAPTER 38 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
CHEMICAL POTENTIALS OF REAL GASES. FUGACITY, f , ACTIVITY, a 
AND ACTIVITY COEFFICIENT, 
CHAPTER 39 
QUANTITATIVE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASES IN EQUILIBRIUM. 
CHEMICAL POTENTIALS OF REAL SOLUTIONS. 
ACTIVITY, a AND ACTIVITY COEFFICIENTS, f 
CHAPTER 40 
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 
MEASUREMENTS OF CONCENTRATIONS OF REACTANTS & PRODUCTS). 
EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT, K. 
CONCENTRATION, PARTIAL PRESSURE, MOLE FRACTION & MOLALITY. 
CHAPTER 41 
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 
REACTION QUOTIENT, Q AND EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT, K. 
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ?Go AND Kp. 
CHAPTER 42 
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 
EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT, K AND ?Go. 
CHAPTER 43 
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM. 
CHAPTER 44 
REACTIONS NOT AT EQUILIBRIUM. 
CONCENTRATION ¿ CONCENTRATION PLOTS TO REPRESENT SIMPLE 
EQUILIBRIA. 
EFFECT ON EQUILIBRIA OF CHANGING CONCENTRATIONS. 
CHAPTER 45 
EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS FOR REACTIONS NOT INITIALLY AT 
EQUILIBRIUM. 
CHAPTER 46 
GIBBS ¿ HELMHOLTZ EQUATIONVARIATION OF EQUILIBRIUM 
CONSTANT, Kp/po, WITH TEMPERATURE, T. 
VAN¿T HOFF EQUATION. 
CHAPTER 47 
QUALITATIVE INTERPRETATION OF VAN¿T HOFF EQUATION. 
VAN¿T HOFF EQUATION USED TO INTERPRET COUPLED REACTIONS. 
CHAPTER 48 
VARIATION OF EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT, K, WITH OVERALL TOTAL 
PRESSURE, P. EFFECT OF CATALYSTS ON K. 
CHAPTER 49 
LE CHATELIER¿S PRINCIPLE. 
CHAPTER 50 
ELECTROLYTES. 
REDUCTION POTENTIALS: INDICATORS OF THERMODYNAMIC 
SPONTANEITY IN SOLUTION. 
CHAPTER 51 
ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS. 
CHAPTER 52 
THERMODYNAMICS OF REVERSIBLE ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS. 
CHAPTER 53 
REDOX EQUATIONS 
CHAPTER 54 
THE NERNST EQUATION 
CHAPTER 55 
THE NERNST EQUATION 
CHAPTER 56 
ELECTRODE POTENTIALS TABULATED 
CHAPTER 57 
APPLICATION OF THE NERNST EQUATION. 
CONCENTRATION CELLS 
CHAPTER 58 
CORE THERMODYNAMIC RELATIONSHIPS 
CHAPTER 59 
SOLUBILITY 
CHAPTER 60 
COMMON ION EFFECT. 
LE CHATELIER¿S PRINCIPLE. 
SOLUBILITY PRODUCTS 
AND ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS. 
CHAPTER 61 
ELECTRODE POTENTIALS 
 AND SOLUBILITY PRODUCT, Ksp. 
CHAPTER 62 
MEAN IONIC ACTIVITY COEFFICIENT, ?± 
MEAN IONIC ACTIVITY, a± 
MEAN IONIC MOLALITY, m± 
GEOMETRIC MEAN VALUES. 
CHAPTER 63 
ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS AND 
 DETERMINATION OF ACTIVITY COEFFICIENTS 
CHAPTER 64 
IONIC STRENGTH, I 
CHAPTER 65 
DEBYE HÜCKEL THEORY 
AND ACTIVITY COEFFICIENT 
CHAPTER 66 
Part I: DETERMINATION OF WEAK ACID IONISATION CONSTANT, Ka, 
USING AN ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL (Part I). 
CHAPTER 67 
Part II. DETERMINATION OF WEAK ACID IONISATION CONSTANT, Ka, 
USING AN ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL (Part II). 
CHAPTER 68 
GIBBS¿DUHEM EQUATION. 
GIBBS¿DUHEM¿MARGULES EQUATION 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACTIVITY OF A SOLUTE, asolute AND 
ACTIVITY OF SOLVENT, asolvent. 
CHAPTER 69 
COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES (Part I) 
DEPRESSION OF THE FREEZING POINT, BY ADDITION OF SOLUTE TO A 
PURE LIQUID. 
CHAPTER 70 
COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES (Part II) 
ELEVATION OF THE BOILING POINT, BY ADDITION OF SOLUTE TO A 
PURE LIQUID. 
CHAPTER 71 
COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES (Part III) 
OSMOTIC PRESSURE, ? 
APPENDIX A 
THE LOGARITHMIC FUNCTION IN THERMODYNAMICS AND THE 
DEFINITION OF EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT, K. 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Thermodynamics.
Chemical equilibrium.
Entropy.
Thermochemistry.