Ch 3 - Heat Effects
Here we present a discussion of the definition of internal energy and enthalpy for real substances, ideal gases, and incompressible liquids and solids.
Here you learn how to use NIST WebBook to obtain thermodynamic data. For this lesson we will focus on obtaining internal energy and enthalpy data.
In this lesson, you learn about two different heat capacities: constant volume heat capacity and constant pressure heat capacity. You also learn how to obtain heat capacity data from NIST WebBook.
In this lesson, we learn to use a hypothetical process path to determine the change in thermodynamic properties from an initial state to a final state.
In this lesson, you will learn that hypothetical process paths are a useful tool in taking into account the change of properties associated with phase changes.
- Internal Energy & Enthalpy
- Thermo Properties: NIST WebBook
- Heat Capacities
- Hypothetical Process Paths
- Phase Changes
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