Chemical thermodynamics (overview)

Chemical therrmodynamics is the branch of Chemistry that studies the interaction of chemical species with energy on a macroscopic level, with the objective of understanding and predicting chemical reactions.

Concepts such as system, surrounding, equilibrium, heat, work, entropy, enthalpy, state functions and path functions are elaborated in this topic along with the four laws of thermodynamics.


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