Week 
CLASS LOG:
What have we learned today? 
Topic 
Homework 
1 
<Jan 6>
What's
ThermoII? Detailed summary of topics  Course action plan 
A quick Math tutorial on exact differential
<Jan 8>
Review of
ThemoI Magic square, Gibbs free energy, GibbsHelmholtz equation, van't Hoff equation 

Homework 1
Due: Jan 20
Key 
2 
<Jan 13>
 Chemical potential 
definition  The significance of chemical potential 
Partial Molar quantities
<Jan 15> Lecture
Cancelled 


3 
<Jan 20> 
Spontaneous mixing of two ideal gases  Phase equilibrium of a singlecomponent system
<Jan 22> 
The Clapeyron equation 
Four examples of applying the Clapeyron equation to SS, SL, LV and SV phase
transitions for a pure system  Connection to the ClausiusClapeyron
equation 

Homework 2
Due: Feb 10
Key 
4 
<Jan 27>

Type of phase transitions: 1st and 2nd order transitions

Introduction to phase equilibrium of
a binary system 
Fugacity and activity 
The significance of fugacity  Definition
of a solution  Composition of solutions
<Jan 29>
 What is an ideal solution  Raoult's law 
Phase diagram  An numerical example about ideal solutions 


5 
<Feb 3>
 Features of a phase diagram of a binary solution  Binary solution 
composition diagrams 
Pressurecomposition diagrams: Evacuation curves  Temperaturecomposition
diagrams
<Feb 5>

Comments on distillation and cooking tips  Formation of ideal solutions: 
Changes in V,
H and S as a result of ideal solution formation  Dilute solutions 
Henry's law  Real solution 

Homework 3
Due: Mar 3
Key 
6 
<Feb 10> 
Deviation from ideality
 DuhemMargules equation
 An example 
<Feb
12>
Term Test #1

Everything up to and including materials covered in
Weeks 15. 



<Feb 17> Reading
week  No lecture
<Feb 19> Reading
week  No lecture



7 
<Feb 24>
Azeotrope 
Liquidliquid
equilibria  Upper and lower consolute temperatures  Phase diagram
 Heating and cooling curves  Eutectic point  Compound formation 
Congruent and incongruent melting
<Feb 26> 
An example of incongruent melting
 Peritectic point

Two examples of
solidsolid equilibria: ectectoids


Homework
4
Due: Mar 17
Key 
8 
<Mar 3>
 An extended version of the Phase Rule
 Some examples on including constraints related to independent chemical equilibria, stoichiometric relations
and electrical neutrality  Activity coefficient and chemical potential

<Mar 5>  Thermodynamics of electroytic
solutions and electrochemical cells  History of electrochemistry  Arrehnius law
 Faraday's law  Chemical potentials, activities and
activity coefficients for electrolytic solutions 
Mean activity coefficient 


9 
<Mar 10>
 DebyeHuckel
limiting law  Crash course on electrostatics  DebyeHuckel theory
 General approach 
DebyeHuckel theory  How to calculate the Mean Activity Coefficient
<Mar 12>
Term Test #2
 Everything up to and including materials covered in
Weeks 17 inclusive, with emphasis on materials not tested in Term Test #1.



10 
<Mar 17>
 Summary of DH theory  Limitations of DH theory  Basic concepts of
electrochemical cells  Potentials
<Mar 19>
Study break  No lecture


Homework
5
Due: Mar 31
Key 
11 
<Mar 24> ^{ }  Galvanic cell Standard cell  Reversible cells
 Free energy, entropy, and enthalpy of cell reactions
<Mar 26> 
Standard emf 
Nernst equation  How to determine E^{o? }  Standard Electrode Potentials and Standard Hydrogen Electrode  An
example 


12 
<Mar 31>
End of course  Study for Final Exam
<Apr 2>
End of
course  Study for Final Exam



Final examination:
24 April (Friday) 19:3022:00 at EIT 2053 