- Focuses mainly on the affinity of irreversible processes and the related concept of exergy.
- Provides an advanced understanding of electrochemical thermodynamics.
Table of Contents
- Thermodynamic State Variables.
Variables of the state.
Extensive and intensive variables.
Partial molar quantities.
The extent of a chemical reaction.
Conservation Of Energy.
Energy as a physical quantity of the state.
Conservation of energy.
Internal energy U with independent variables T, V, and.
Enthalpy H with independent variables T, p, and.
Enthalpy and heat of reaction.
Enthalpy of pure substances.
Entropy As A State Property.
Introduction to entropy.
Reversible and irreversible processes.
The creation of entropy and uncompensated heat.
The creation of entropy and thermodynamic potentials.
Affinity of irreversible processes.
Entropy of pure substances.
Entropy of heat transfer.
Entropy of gas expansion.
Entropy of mixing.
Affinity In Irreversible Processes.
Affinity in chemical reactions.
Affinity and heat of reaction.
The average heat of reaction.
The average affinity of reaction.
Thermodynamic potentials in open systems.
The partial molar quantity of energy and the chemical potential.
Chemical potentials and the affinity of reaction.
Chemical potentials and thermodynamic energy functions.
Chemical potentials in homogeneous mixtures: the Gibbs-Duhem equation.
Chemical potentials of substances in ideal mixtures.
Activity and activity coefficient.
Chemical potentials of pure substances.
Thermodynamic potentials in ideal mixtures.
The unitary and mixing terms of thermodynamic potentials.
Unitary Affinity And Equilibrium.
Affinity and equilibrium in chemical reactions.
The unitary affinity.
Equilibrium constants and concentration units.
Equilibrium constants as a function of pressure and temperature.
Gases, Liquids, And Solids.
Perfect and ideal gases.
Liquids and solids.
The state equation and thermodynamic functions of condensed substances.
Ideal and non-ideal solutions.
Perfect solutions and ideal solutions.
Reference systems for thermodynamic unitary quantity.
Thermodynamic excess functions in non-ideal solutions.
Units of the concentration.
Electrochemical potential of charged particles.
Transfer of charged particles between two condensed phases.
Electrode and electrode potential.
Equilibrium electrode potential of electronic transfer reactions.
Equilibrium electrode potential of ionic transfer reactions.
Chemical potential of hydrated ions.
The concept of exergy.
Exergy and heat.
Exergy and pressure.
Thermal exergy of high temperature substances.
Thermal exergy of low temperature substances.
Exergy in mixing substances.
Chemical exergy of substances.
Standard chemical exergy of substances.
Total exergy of substances.
Exergy and affinity.
Efficiency in the use of energy.
Exergy balance diagram.
Exergy vector diagram.
Principles in exergy vector diagrams.
Exergy transfer between two processes.
Exergy vectors of heating-cooling processes.
Exergy vectors of compression-expansion processes.
Exergy vectors of separating-mixing processes.
Exergy vectors of chemical reactions.
Exergy transfer in chemical reactions.
Exergy vector diagrams of methanol synthesis.
Exergy vectors for electrochemical reactions.
- No. of pages: 160
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier Science 2004
- Published: March 31, 2004
- Imprint: Elsevier Science
- eBook ISBN: 9780080501000
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