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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, 0th law, equation of state

Work, heat, first law

Internal energy, expansion work

Enthalpy

Adiabatic changes

Thermochemistry

Calorimetry

Second law

Entropy and the Clausius inequality

Entropy and irreversibility

Fundamental equation, absolute S, third law

Criteria for spontaneous change

Gibbs free energy

Multicomponent systems, chemical potential

Chemical equilibrium

Temperature, pressure and Kp

Equilibrium: application to drug design

Phase equilibria — one component

Clausius-Clapeyron equation

Phase equilibria — two components

Ideal solutions

Non-ideal solutions

Colligative properties

Introduction to statistical mechanics

Partition function (q) — large N limit

Partition function (Q) — many particles

Statistical mechanics and discrete energy levels

Model systems

Applications: chemical and phase equilibria

Introduction to reaction kinetics

Complex reactions and mechanisms

Steady-state and equilibrium approximations

Chain reactions

Temperature dependence, Ea, catalysis

Enzyme catalysis

 

 

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