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Course Name
Turkish Çözelti Termodinamiğinin Tem.
English Fundamentals of Solution Thermodynamics
Course Code
MET 214 Credit Lecture
Semester 4
- 2 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator İpek Erdem
Course Objectives 1. To provide students to understand solution thermodynamics concepts and thermodynamics basic relations,
2. To teach them to perform thermodynamic calculations of reaction that involve component in solution with the various medium,
3. To provide them the basic concepts of binary phase diagrams
4. To provide students to teach solutions containing several dilute solutes and their thermodynamics behaviour.
5. The prepare them to be able to decide about the selection of processes that involve solution.
Course Description Thermodynamics properties of solutions, the properties of ideal solutions, non-ideal solutions, dilute solutions, application of the Gibbs-Duhem relation to the determinetion of activity, the properties of regular solutions, atomistic model for solutions, relation between free energy and phase equilibria in binary systems, binary phase diagrams, the phase rule and application on chemical reactions and phase diagrams, determination technics of thermodynamic quantities, alternative standard state, solutions containing several dilute solutes.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to:
1. Determine all the thermodynamic properties of a solution and its components,
2. Calculate thermodynamics of an ideal solution,
3. Use the Gibb-Duhem equation and can calculate the thermodynamics a component of a solution if the other ones known,
4. Using the interatomic bond character, can determine the solution formation conditions,
5. Determine the thermodynamics of a regular solution,
6. Correlate binary phase equilibria diagrams and thermodynamic properties,
7. Know the thermodynamic properties measurement techniques,
8. Determined the interaction between the dissolved component in a dilute solution
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