Chapter 0 Introduction
[0-2] Qualitative judgments and sciences.
[0-3] Outline of this book.
PART A A Differential Approach to Solution Thermodynamics.
Chapter I. Basics of thermodynamics – Derivatives of Gibbs energy, G.
[I-1] System, state, first and second laws of thermodynamics.
[I-2] Giles’ derivation of entropy.
[I-2-1] State, process, and irreversibility of process.
[I-2-2] Entropy and potentials – defining p and T.
[I-3] Logical (mathematical) deduction.
[I-4] Stability criteria.
[I-5] Multi-component system – Partial molar quantities.
[I-6] Excess quantities.
[I-7] Response functions.
[I-8] Thermodynamic quantities – order of derivative.
[I-9] Interaction functions – third derivatives.
Chapter II. Solution thermodynamics – Use of the second and the third derivatives
[II-2] Gibbs-Duhem relation.
[II-3] Vapor pressures.
[II-4] Raoult’s law and Henry’s law.
[II-5] Process of mixing – mixing entropy.
[II-6] Conversion from ( , ) to ( , N) variable systems.
[II-7] Interaction functions due to the ideal mixing entropy.
[II-8] Phase separation – Critical point (UCST or LCST).
Chapter III. Determination of the partial molar quantities.
[III-2] Calculation of from .
[III-3] Experimental determination of excess partial molar enthalpy
[III-4] Experimental determination of excess partial molar volume.
[III-5] Excess partial molar entropy – excess chemical potenti