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PROPERTIES OF THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEMS
THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
HEAT CHANGES AND HEAT CAPACITIES
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acid activity coefficient approximately atoms behaves ideally boiling point Calculate cell Chem chemical potential chloride composition concentration constant pressure constant temperature constant volume constituent Debye-Hiickel derived determine dilute solution electrode electrolyte entropy change equal equilibrium constant experimental expression free energy free energy change freezing point fugacity gases given by equation heat change heat of formation heat of solution heat of vaporization hence hydrogen ideal behavior ideal gas increase infinite dilution integration ionic strength ions isothermal kcal mixture molality molar heat capacity molar heat content molar volume mole fraction molecules nitrogen number of moles obtained oxidation partial molar heat partial molar volume partition function phase pure liquid quantity Raoult's law result reversible rotational seen solid solubility solvent standard free energy substance temperature and pressure tion total pressure unity utilizing vapor pressure variation vibrational Waals zero