Courses of Advanced Thermodynamics : Chem 201

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Courses of Advanced Thermodynamics : Chem 201

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1.1 Historical Developments
1.2 General Structure of Thermodynamics
1.3 Definitions
1.4 The Thermodynamics Laws, an Overview
1.5 Zeroth Law
1.6 Statistical Mechanics
1.7 Statistical Mechanics, Examples
1.8 Problems
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2.1 Heat and Work, an Overview
2.2 Heat
2.3 Work
2.4 Internal Energy
2.5 Quasistatic, Reversible and Irreversible Processes
2.6 The First Law, Examples
2.7 Problems
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3.1 Entropy
3.2 Microscopic Interpretation
3.3 Engines
3.4 Equilibrium Conditions and Stability
3.5 The Second Law, Examples
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4.1 Nernst's Heat Theorem and its Plank Form
4.2 Absolute Temperature Scale and Negative Temperatures
4.3 Third Law Entropies
4.4 Heat Capacities and other Derivatives at Low Temperature
4.5 The Third Law, Example
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5.1 The Fundamental Equation
5.2 The Euler Equation
5.3 The Gibbs-Duhem Relation
5.4 Examples
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6.1 The Equivalence of the Entropy Maximum and the Energy Minimum Principle
6.2 Legendre Transformations
6.3 Thermodynamic Potentials
6.4 Generalized Massieu Functions
6.5 Maxwell Relations
6.6 Use of Potentials
6.7 New Criteria for Stability
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7.1 Classification of Phase Transitions
7.2 Phase Boundaries
7.3 Unstable Isotherms and Lever Rule
7.4 Multicomponent Systems: Gibbs Phase Rule
8. Critical Penomena
8.1 Neighborhood of Critical Point
8.2 Roots of the Critical Point Problem
8.3 Divergence and Stability
8.4 Order Parameters and Critical Exponents
8.5 Landau Theory
9. Symmetry of Systems and Physical Conservation Laws
9.1 Noerther's Theorem
9.2 Broken Symmetry
9.3 Some Final Statistical Considerations
10. Review
 


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