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C_{P}, ΔC_{P} , Δ_{r}H, S, Δ_{r}S, and Δ_{r}G as a function of T: N_{2}, H_{2} and NH_{3}
Theresa Julia Zielinski, Monmouth University |
An introduction to thermodynamic calculations leading to a calculaton of the equilibrium constant for a gas phase reaction. | |

Heat, Work and Entropy: A Molecular Level Illustration
Jeffrey A. Draves, Monmouth College |
This worksheet is intended to help students understand the difference between heat and work at the molecular level and to appreciate the proper use of the term (dis)order when applied to entropy. The worksheet makes use of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and classical thermodynamics to illustrate these differences. | |

The Carnot Cycle
Harold H. Harris, University of Missouri-St. Louis |
Mathcad document that allows students to investigate the Carnot cycle with numerical calculations on an ideal, monatomic gas. An advanced assignment is provided for a Van der Waals gas. | |

The Entropy of Lead
George L. Hardgrove, St. Olaf College |
This Mathcad files present the determination of the third law entropy of lead using numerical methods, i.e. the trapezoid rule. |