**Video Lectures:**

Lecture 1: State of a system, 0th law, equation of state

Lecture 2: Work, heat, first law

Lecture 3: Internal energy, expansion work

Lecture 4: Enthalpy

Lecture 5: Adiabatic changes

Lecture 6: Thermochemistry

Lecture 7: Calorimetry

Lecture 8: Second law

Lecture 9: Entropy and the Clausius inequality

Lecture 10: Entropy and irreversibility

Lecture 11: Fundamental equation, absolute S, third law

Lecture 12: Criteria for spontaneous change

Lecture 13: Gibbs free energy

Lecture 14: Multicomponent systems, chemical potential

Lecture 15: Chemical equilibrium

Lecture 16: Temperature, pressure and Kp

Lecture 17: Equilibrium: application to drug design

Lecture 18: Phase equilibria — one component

Lecture 19: Clausius-Clapeyron equation

Lecture 20: Phase equilibria — two components

Lecture 21: Ideal solutions

Lecture 22: Non-ideal solutions

Lecture 23: Colligative properties

Lecture 24: Introduction to statistical mechanics

Lecture 25: Partition function (q) — large N limit

Lecture 26: Partition function (Q) — many particles

Lecture 27: Statistical mechanics and discrete energy levels

Lecture 28: Model systems

Lecture 29: Applications: chemical and phase equilibria

Lecture 30: Introduction to reaction kinetics

Lecture 31: Complex reactions and mechanisms

Lecture 32: Steady-state and equilibrium approximations

Lecture 33: Chain reactions

Lecture 34: Temperature dependence, Ea, catalysis

Lecture 35: Enzyme catalysis

Lecture 36: Autocatalysis and oscillators

**Reading Materials:**

State of a system, 0^{th} law, equation of state

Internal energy, expansion work

Entropy and the Clausius inequality

Fundamental equation, absolute S, third law

Criteria for spontaneous change

Multicomponent systems, chemical potential

Temperature, pressure and K_{p}

Equilibrium: application to drug design

Phase equilibria — one component

Phase equilibria — two components

Introduction to statistical mechanics

Partition function (q) — large N limit

Partition function (Q) — many particles

Statistical mechanics and discrete energy levels

Applications: chemical and phase equilibria

Introduction to reaction kinetics

Complex reactions and mechanisms

Steady-state and equilibrium approximations

Temperature dependence, E_{a}, catalysis