Thermodynamik. Grundlagen und Anwendungen in der allgemeinen Chemie. 2. Auflage (German Version)

  • ID: 2182959
  • Book
  • 367 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Prospective chemists must learn to think in terms of ′energy′ and ′entropy′. This volume, which is presented in a didactically skillful manner and uses SI–units consistently, is designed to provide the student with a solid foundation in the subject matter. Unlike most other presentations, this textbook is not laden with formalism, but emphasizes basic experiments and experiences. References to the molecular model further enhance the vividness and suit the chemist′s way of thinking. Numeric examples bring to life less tangible definitions and concepts and enable the reader to put to use the knowledge acquired. These, as well as numerous cross–references linking different places in the text, motivate the student.
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Einleitung

Temperatur und Wärme

Ideale Gase

Molekulare Deutung von Druck und Temperatur

Der erste Hauptsatz

Volumenarbeit idealer Gase

Molwärme und molekulare Struktur

Thermochemie

Bindungsstärke

Der zweite Hauptsatz

Das chemische Potential

Entropie

Bestimmung von Gleichgewichtskonstanten

Verschiebung von Gleichgewichten

Energetischer und entropischer Beitrag zur Triebkraft

Einfluß des Molekülbaus auf das chemische Gleichgewicht

Phasengleichgewichte

Elektrochemische Gleichgewichte

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