Most of the lecture notes have the same format: formula lines for the proofs but without the reasons for each step. Room is provided in the right-hand column for you to fill in with the reasons each step was taken. In this way you can concentrate on the flow of the proofs and the meaning of each formula and not worry about copying down each formula correctly for your notes.

First-Order Homogeneous Differential Equations, General Pattern P1

Concentration Measures, Molarity, Molality, Mole Fraction

Absorption Spectrsocopy, Beer-Lambert Law

Electrolytic Conductivity

Electric Flux

Absorbance of Mixtures

Linear Curve Fitting

Error Analysis

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Determine Reaction Order

Progress to Equilibrium

Exponential Temperature Dependence, e

Temperature Jump Kinetics

Parallel Reactions-Competitive Reactions

Consecutive Reactions Reactions

Integrating Rate Laws Using the Finite Difference Approximation

Kinetics Mechanism Simulation Introduction

First Order Rate Laws and Stella

SN1 Mechanism

Pre-Equilibrium Mechanism - Michaelis - Menten Mechanisim

Chain Mechanisms

Briggs-Rauscher Oscillating Iodine Clock Mechanism

Unimolecular Reactions- Lindemann-Henshelwood Mechanism

Detailed Balance: Molecularity

Detailed Balance: Activation Energy for a Reaction Sequence

Dynamic NMR

Photochemistry

Photochemical Steady State and Stern Volmer Quenching

Langmuir Adsorption

Differential Scanning Calorimetry

Van der Waals Liquifaction

Taylor Series and the Virial Equation

Basic Derivatives, Isothermal Compressibility and Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

Integrating the Basic Derivatives

Non PV Work

Meaning of the Reaction Enthalpy

Temperature Dependence of the Enthalpy of Reaction

MOE Steric Energy Minimization

Equipartition Theorem Predictions for Internal Energy and Cv

Normal Mode Analysis

C

Joule-Thomson Expansion

Partial Derivative Conversion

First Law and Ideal Gases

Entropy, Temperature, and Heat Transfer

Carnot Cycle

Ideal Gas Carnot Cycle

Thermodynamic Definition of Entropy

Entropy and Probability

Boltzmann Distribution and the Most Proable State

The Thermodynamic Definition of Temperature: b=1/kT

The Thermodynamic Definition of Entropy

The Second Law: Entropy and the Clausius Inequality

Ideal Gas Entropy Changes

Entropy and Phase Transitions

Absolute Entropy

Temperature Dependence of the Reaction Entropy

Entropy and Spontaneous Processes

Entropy and the Surroundings for the Ideal Gas

Thermodynamic Potential Functions

Foundations of Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic Equations of State

Chemical Potential

Fugacity

Thermodynamics of Mixing of Ideal Gases

Non-PV work and Gibbs Free Energy

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Ehrenfest Criteria, Second Order Phase Transitions

Chemical Potentials in Solution

Henry's Law Standard States

Boiling Point Elevation

Osmotic Pressure

Variable Pressure and Temperature Distillation

Gibb's Phase Rule

Hammett Free Energy Relationships

Isonarcotic Activity of Esters, Alcohols, Ketones, and Ethers

Visual Approach to Activity Coefficients and Henry's Law Standard States

Henry's Law constants and Free Energies of solvation

Activity of a Non-Volatile Solute: Osmotic Coefficient

Activities of Ions in Solution

Debye-Huckel Theory

Debye-Huckel Compared to Experimental Activity Coefficients

Gibbs Free Energy of Solvation and the Poisson Equation

Debye-Huckel Theory: Dilute Point Charge in a Continuum Dielectric

Poisson-Boltzmann Equation

Temperature Dependence of the Equilibrium Constant, Kp

Temperature Dependence of the Equilibrium Constant, Kp, and Entropy

Standard States and Different Concentration Measures

Molarity vs. Molality Standard States

Equilibria with Pure Liquids and Solids and the Solvent in Dilute Solution

Biochemist's Standard State

Ionic Activities from Electrochemical Cells

Metal Insoluble Salt Electrodes

Standard Reduction Potentials

For more information or corrections contact Tom Shattuck at twshattu@Colby.edu.

Last modified: 4/28/2013