# Courses of Advanced Thermodynamics : Chem 201

## 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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