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Week 4 Semester 1 2017

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kennedy Prof Kennedy's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 22/07/16 (6:52 am)    

Introduction to Chemical Energetics

  •  identify the system and the surroundings in a chemical process
  •  identify the ways in which energy is transferred in a chemical process
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Introduction to Chemical Energetics
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kennedy Prof Kennedy's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 22/07/16 (6:52 am)    

Introduction to Chemical Energetics

  •  identify the system and the surroundings in a chemical process
  •  identify the ways in which energy is transferred in a chemical process
  • more ...

Tutorial Worksheets and Suggested Exam Questions

ChemCAL, iChem and Contributed Resources (Username "1612" and Password "helium")

Introduction to Chemical Energetics
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CHEM1612 Week 3

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kennedy Prof Kennedy's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 22/07/16 (6:52 am)    

Gas Laws

  •  describe Boyle's, Charles' and Avogadro's Laws
  •  perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
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Chemical Equilibrium

  •   write down the expression for K for any reaction of known stoichiometry
  •  predict reactants or products dominate the equilibrium state from the value of K
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Gas Laws Chemical Equilibrium
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CHEM1612 Week 4

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kennedy Prof Kennedy's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 22/07/16 (6:52 am)    

Chemical Equilibrium

  •   write down the expression for K for any reaction of known stoichiometry
  •  predict reactants or products dominate the equilibrium state from the value of K
  • more ...

Tutorial Worksheets and Suggested Exam Questions

ChemCAL, iChem and Contributed Resources (Username "1612" and Password "helium")

Chemical Equilibrium