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Designed to encourage active and collaborative learning in the physical chemistry classroom, this text is a collection of group activities (ChemActivities) that can accompany any physical chemistry text. These ChemActivities teach students how to think like scientists, rather than simply memorizing important conclusions arrived at by great scientists of the past.
Gases G1. Gases (I) G1A. The Maxwell-Boltzmann Speed Distribution Law G1B. Average Values G2. Gases (II) Thermodynamics T1. Work T2. The First Law of Thermodynamics T3. Enthalpy T3A. Enthalpy T4. Heat Capacity T5. Temperature Dependence of the Enthalpy of Reaction T6. Entropy T7. Entropy Changes as a Function of Temperature T8. The Third Law of Thermodynamics T9. Gibbs Energy and Helmholtz Energy T10. Gibbs Energy as a Function of Temperature and Pressure T10A. Euler's Criterion T11. Equilibrium T12. Temperature Dependence of the Equilibrium Constant T13. Temperature and Pressure Dependence of Phase Equilibria for Pure Phases T14. Vapor Pressure and One Component Phase Diagrams T15. The Ideal Solution T16. Chemical Potential for a Component of a Solution T17. Partial Molar Quantities T18. Colligative Properties T19. Osmotic Pressure T20. The Phase Rule T21. Solid-Liquid Phase Equilibria T22. More Complicated Soli-Liquid Phase Equilibria T23. Liquid-Vapor Phase Equilibria Electrochemistry E1. Electrolyte Solutions E2. The Debye-Hückel Theory of Electrolyte Solutions E3. The Structure of Electrolyte Solutions E4. Electrode Potentials E5. Electrochemical Cells E6. Temperature Dependence of Cell Voltage Kinetics K1. Introduction to Chemical Kinetics K2. Integrated Rate Laws K3. The Method of Isolation for Determining Rate Laws K4. Reaction Mechanism K5. Activation Energy (I) K5A. Activation Energy (II) K6. Enzyme Kinetics K6A. Collision Theory of Gas Phase Reactions K6B. Analysis of a Gas Phase Chain Reaction K7. Transition State Theory MathActivity Mathematics for Thermodynamics Appendix A.1. Values of Selected Fundamental Constants A.2. Selected Conversion Factors A.3. SI Derived Units