Principles of thermodynamics
Definitions; Pressure and temperature; Work and heat; The first law of thermodynamics; Applications of the first law to physical changes; Thermochemistry; Partial molar properties; The second law of thermodynamics; Applications of the second law; Work content and free energy; The third law of thermodynamics; Criteria of equilibrium and stability; Open systems.
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