BME Vegyészmérnöki és Biomérnöki Kar

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Adatlapverzió:
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology
Vegyészmérnöki alapképzési szak nappali BSc

Subject data sheet

Physical Chemistry II

Name of the subject in Hungarian: Fizikai kémia II

Course ID Assessment Credits
BMEVEFAA405 2+1+0/v 4

Further information on the subject (current semester):

Responsible person and department:

Dr. András Ferenc Szilágyi, Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Lecturer:

Name:

Post:

Department:

Dr. Mihály Kállay

full professor

Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Dr. András Szilágyi

associate professor

Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Subject is based on:

Mathematics: functions, logarithms, derivation and integration (basics), total differential.
Chemistry: stoichiometry, electrochemistry, structure of atoms and molecules
Physical chemistry: open, closed and isolated systems. State functions, path functions. Exten-sive and intensive properties. Internal energy. The first law of thermodynamics. Expansion work. Molar heat capacity. Enthalpy. Reaction enthalpy, standard reaction enthalpy, standard enthalpy of formation. Hess's law. Entropy, change of entropy in closed systems. The second law of thermodynamics. Helmholtz energy, Gibbs energy. p-T phase diagram. The variation of vapor pressure with temperature. The chemical potential. The phase rule of Gibbs. Raoult’s law. Equilibrium constant. Relation between the equilibrium constant for a reaction and its standard reaction Gibbs energy. Effect of pressure on equilibrium. Le Chatelier´s principle. Temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant.

Requisities:

Pre-requisite: BMEVEFKA304              Physical Chemistry I

Aim of the subject:

The subject provides theoretical and practical knowledge on the chapters of physical chemistry related to „change”. The rates of processes, as well as equilibrium electrochemistry are discussed. The three main chapters of physical chemistry II are Reaction Kinetics, Transport Processes and Electrochemistry.

Program of the subject has been developed by:

Dr. András Grofcsik, full professor, Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Dr. András Szilágyi, associate professor, Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Last modified: 2018-09-27 07:20:34

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