This chemistry video tutorial provides a lecture review on gibbs free energy, the equilibrium constant K, enthalpy and entropy. it provides a list of equations and formulas as well as the appropriate units. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems.
Here is a list of topics:
1. Entropy Definition - Concepts and Examples
2. Entropy of Solids, Liquids, and Gases
3. How To Determine / Predict The Sign of the Entropy Change / Delta S for a reaction
4. Second Law of Thermodynamics - The Entropy of Universe, System and Surroundings
5. Delta G, H, T and S equation
6. Enthalpy - Heat Exchange at Constant Pressure - Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
7. Gibbs Free Energy and the ability to do useful work
8. Spontaneity - Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous Processes
9. Delta G = 0, Reversible Process at Equilibrium
10. How To Calculate Delta G Naught Using the Equilibrium Constant K
11. Entropy of Reaction = Products - Reactants
12. Entropy = q/T heat absorbed for a reversible reaction and temperature
13. The relationship between temperature and entropy
14. Nonstandard Delta G calculations
15. Delta G - Gibbs Free Energy and Le Chatelier's Principle
16. Delta G Table / Chart - How To Determine if a Reaction is Spontaneous at Low or High Temperatures, Always Spontaneous or Nonspontaneous based on the signs of enthalpy and entropy
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can u explain why u have taken hydrogen entropy in calculating entropy of the system (7:46mins) as hydrogen is in its elementary form..... but while finding gribbs energy u have not taken Hydrogen (30:06mins) ........Btw great video sir👍.. really very helpful
if you decrease the denominator, the value of the whole fraction does what? This is at 50 minutes. Not making out what you said at 50 minutes, sounds like you said the value of the whole fraction goes uum. can you clarify please
At 43:34, "the contribution of RT ln Q is negative. That means the reaction is becoming more spontaneous." By looking at the written equation, how do we know whether reactants or products are being added?
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