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Physics is a broad subject that deals with matter, energy, and their interactions which has an important role in the society. One of the branches of physics is the thermodynamics where it deals with the relations between heat and temperature of the matters.

Take this [course_title] to learn the equilibrium properties of macroscopic systems. You will know about the basic concepts, theories, and principles of thermodynamics other chemical reactions.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Lecture 1: State of a system, 0th law, equation of state 00:45:00
Lecture 2: Work, heat, first law 00:50:00
Lecture 3: Internal energy, expansion work 00:52:00
Lecture 4: Enthalpy 00:54:00
Lecture 5: Adiabatic changes 00:49:00
Lecture 6: Thermochemistry 00:52:00
Lecture 7: Calorimetry 00:54:00
Lecture 8: Second law 00:49:00
Lecture 9: Entropy and the Clausius inequality 00:50:00
Lecture 10: Entropy and irreversibility 00:52:00
Lecture 11: Fundamental equation, absolute S,third law 00:51:00
Lecture 12: Criteria for spontaneous change 00:48:00
Lecture 13: Gibbs free energy 00:49:00
Lecture 14: Multicomponent systems, chemical potential 00:47:00
Lecture 15: Chemical equilibrium 00:51:00
Lecture 16: Temperature, pressure and Kp 00:51:00
Lecture 17: Equilibrium: application to drug design 00:32:00
Lecture 18: Phase equilibria — one component 00:50:00
Lecture 19: Clausius-Clapeyron equation 00:50:00
Lecture 20: Phase equilibria — two components 00:49:00
Lecture 21: Ideal solutions 00:50:00
Lecture 22: Non-ideal solutions 00:51:00
Lecture 23: Colligative properties 00:49:00
Lecture 24: Introduction to statistical mechanics 00:52:00
Lecture 25: Partition function (q) — large N limit 00:51:00
Lecture 26: Partition function (Q) — many particles 00:51:00
Lecture 27: Statistical mechanics and discrete energy levels 00:51:00
Lecture 28: Model systems 00:51:00
Lecture 29: Applications: chemical and phaseequilibria 00:51:00
Lecture 30: Introduction to reaction kinetics 00:57:00
Lecture 31: Complex reactions and mechanisms 00:45:00
Lecture 32: Steady-state and equilibrium approximations 00:50:00
Lecture 33: Chain reactions 00:50:00
Lecture 34: Temperature dependence, Ea, catalysis 00:45:00
Lecture 35: Enzyme catalysis 00:50:00
Lecture 36: Autocatalysis and oscillators 00:40:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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