CHEM 4362: Thermodynamics

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Credits 3
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This course focuses on the concepts and applications of thermodynamics. The central objective of this course is to demonstrate the crucial role of thermodynamics, in a modern industrialized society. The course concentrates on the following: conservation equations for mass, energy, and entropy in closed and open systems; applications of the first and second laws of thermodynamics to steady-state and transient problems; properties of fluids and equations of state; power generation and refrigeration cycles; chemical and phase equilibrium.
CHEM 4362 Prerequisite: CHEM 3333/3133; MATH 1432; PHYS 1331/1332 OR PHYS 2333/2334.
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