Course curriculum

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Chapter 0  Outlines and Introduction

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Chapter 1  Gases

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Chapter 2  The 1st Law of Thermodynamncis

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Chapter 3  Enthalpy

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Chapter 4  Entropy and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

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Chapter 5  Gibbs Free Energy

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Chapter 6  Mixtures and Solutions

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Chapter 7  Chemical Equilibrium

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Chapter 8  Electrochemistry

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Chapter 9  Kinetics

Physical Chemistry Complete Outlines 
1.1 Pressure and Gas Laws 1.2 The Combined Gas Law and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures 1.3 The Kinetic Model of Gases and the Perfect Gas Law 1.4 Maxwell Distribution of Speeds 1.5 Critical Temperature 1.6 Real Gases and the Compression Factor 1.7 The Virial Equation for Real Gases 1.8 The van der Waals Equation for Real Gases 
2.1 Introduction to the First Law of Thermodynamics 2.2 Heat Capacities 2.3 Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and CpCv 2.4 Expansion Work 2.5 Calculations and Derivations Involving Internal Energy and Enthalpy 
3.1 Heat, Heat Capacity and Temperature Changes 3.2 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Bond Enthalpies 3.3 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Hess's Law 3.4 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Enthalpies of Formation 3.5 Kirchoff's Law 
4.1 The 2nd and 3rd Laws of Thermodynamics and Entropy 4.2 Entropy Changes During Expansion and Heating 4.3 Entropy Change during Phase Transitions and Trouton's Rule 4.4 Calculating Reaction Entropies Using Standard Molar Entropies 4.5 Boltzmann's Expression for Entropy 
5.1 Introduction to Gibbs Free Energy 5.2 Variation of Gibbs Free Energy with Pressure and Temperature 5.3 Phase Diagrams and the Clayperon and ClausiusClayperon Equations 
6.1 Mixtures of Gases 6.2 Ideal Solutions 6.3 Real Solutions 6.4 Colligative Properties Freezing Point Depression and Boiling Point Elevation 6.5 Colligative Properties Osmotic Pressure 
7.1 The Relationship Between Delta G, the Reaction Quotient, and the Equilibrium Constant 7.2 The Relationship Between Delta G, Delta H, and Delta S 7.3 Equilibrium Constants 7.4 Equilibrium Calculations 7.5 Introduction to the pH Scale and pH Calculations 7.6 pH Calculations for Strong Acids and Bases 7.7 pH Calculations for Weak Acids and Bases 2GB 7.8 Solubility and Ksp 
8.1 Standard Cell Potentials 8.2 Nonstandard Cell Potentials 8.3 Relationship Between Standard Cell Potential, Delta G, and the Equilibrium Contant 
9.1 Rates of Reaction and Rate Expressions 9.2 Rate Laws, Elementary Reactions, and Molecularity 9.3 Integrated Rate Laws and HalfLife 9.4 Reaction Coordinate Diagrams 9.5 The Arrhenius Equation