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1 Summary of the contents of Chapter 3 ENTHALPY, H At constant pressure p , for a system with internal energy U and volume V , the enthalpy is defined as, H = U + p V . The change in enthalpy, A H , is then expressed as A H = A U P AV . From Chapter + Thermodynamics II 25 2, we know that the internal energy of a system can be expressed as: AU=q+w+q=AU-w+q=AU+pAV. This means that q (or more precisely, qp, at constant pressure) is the change in enthalpy, AH. Change in Enthalpy, AH The amount of heat, qp, exchanged when the work done by the system is expansion work at constant pressure is termed AH, the change in enthalpy (AH = q p ) AH = Hfinal - Hinitial = (Ufinal PVfina1)(Uinitial +pViniti,l).
For simplicity, the prime will be dropped in subsequent equations involving partial pressures, but it is always implied. For example, for the reaction involving the manufacture of ammonia by the Haber process, But, Kp is related to Kc: for the reaction But, from Chapter 1, the equation of state of an ideal gas is defined as: Equilibrium I 39 pV=nRT =+ p = (nRT)/V, where n = amount of gas (expressed in moles) since concentration [ X = (nx/ V x ) is expressed as the number of moles per cubic decimetre.
5. Read the question carefully. Species involved: Nz(~), H2(,) and NH3(,). 5H2(,) -+NH3(,). 1 1)] - [O. 1 1 kJ mol - . 381 J K-' mol-'. 6. 49 kJ mol-'. 7. AGO -ve + spontaneous reaction. ' SUMMARY OF CHAPTERS 2 AND 3 ON CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS The multiple-choice test and the accompanying three longer questions which follow act as a revision of both Chapters 2 and 3 on thermodynamics. MULTIPLE-CHOICE TEST 1. 5 bar, while absorbing 78 J of heat. 98 J? 0 2. Which of the following four combinations guarantees that a reaction will proceed spontaneously: Thermodynamics 11 35 (a) A H +ve, A S -ve (b) A H -ve, A S +ve (c) A H +ve, A S +ve (d) A H -ve, A S -ve 3.
A working method approach for introductory physical chemistry calculations: numerical and graphical problem solving by B. MURPHY, C. MURPHY, B. HATHAWAY