Second week of Physical Chemistry (CHEM 3321) with Dr. Nielsen at UT Dallas!
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CHAPTER 19 | August 26, 2019
The three laws of thermodynamics are to be covered in the next three chapters (19, 20, 21). We started with the first law, which concerns energy flow.
CHAPTER 19 (CONTINUED) | August 28, 2019
1st Law of Thermodynamics
Monoatomic ideal gas
Just a note ~ everything in this course has the goal of driving things to a measurable quantity.
CHAPTER 19 (CONTINUED) | August 30, 2019
I’m a bit late to post this, but I think this is still Chapter 19. I haven’t gone through and verified this with the book, though.
Finding heat (q) with a constant volume
Finding heat (q) with a constant pressure
That’s all for Week 2 of PCHEM! Best of luck with your studies, and feel free to reach out to me for anything*. 🙂
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