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6 kJ. Notice that the sign of q is +ve. This means that the water has absorbed heat. 1 Example No. 2: Show that for an ideal gas, Cm,p = Cm,v +R 1 Proo$ At constant pressure: A H = AU + pAV + nCm,,AT = nCm,vAT + pAV = nCm,,AT + nRAT, since from the equation of state of an ideal gas, PA V = nRAT. But, for 1 mole of an ideal gas, n = 1. + (l)Cm,pAT = (l)Cm,vAT + (1)RAT. Then, dividing across by AT, Cm,p = Cm,v + R. In the above expression, Cm,p has to be greater than Cm,v, since a certain amount of heat is needed to increase the temperature at constant volume.

E. S increases. This is an illustration of the Third Law of Thermodynamics GIBBS FREE ENERGY, G, AND CHANGE IN GIBBS FREE ENERGY, AG AH and AS can be combined to give another state function, AG, which is the change in Gibbs Free Energy. e. AG -ve for a spontaneous reaction; AG + ve for a non-spontaneous reaction; AG = 0 for a reaction at equilibrium (discussed in Chapter 4) As AH and AS can assume both + ve and -ve values, this generates four possible combinations: AG = AH - TAS 1. e. non-spontaneous at all temperatures.

E. no work is done. Note that water does in fact expand slightly on freezing, which is very unusual. This is why water pipes burst in winter. e. a solid, liquid or gas at 1 bar pressure and 25 "C = 298 K). e. AH;, = A H ; = -394 kJ mol-'. The enthalpy of combustion, A H , is defined as the change in enthalpy when one mole of a substance is burnt in excess oxygen gas at 1 bar pressure and 0 "C = 273 K. For example, for the combustion of propane, C3Hg(l) + so,(,)--+ 3co2(,, + 4H20(1),AH,,, = A H , = - 2220 kJ mol- * (rxn = reaction).

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