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Thermodynamics 1 Chapter_2

Thermodynamics 1 Chapter_2

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Thermodynamics 1 Chapter_2
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Chapter 2
roper es o ureSubstances
 At the end of this chapter students should be able to:
Define the relationship between severalthermodynamics properties.
Draw diagram related to various processes.
Use the thermodynamics property table effectively.
Define ideal gases.
Use equations related to ideal gases.
Pure Substance
A substance that has a fixed chemical compositionthroughout.
Examples are water, nitrogen, helium, carbondioxide.
Does not have to be a single chemical composition.
A mixture of various chemical elements orcompounds also qualifies as pure substances, i.e air.
A mixture of two or more phases of pure substance istill a pure substance as long as the chemicalcomposition of all phases is the same, i.e. water existas ice, liquid water and steam.

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