This course is to discuss the basic theory and application of thermodynamics, solution and phase diagram.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Explain the basic concept of thermodynamics.
2) Use thermodynamics.
3) Understand and apply phase diagram.
Thermodynamics, Free energy, Entropy, Enthalpy, Ellingham diagram, Solution. Phase diagram
✔ Specialist skills | Intercultural skills | Communication skills | Critical thinking skills | Practical and/or problem-solving skills |
Slides will be used for explaining the each subjects. Attendance is taken in every class.
Course schedule | Required learning | |
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Class 1 | Introduction and thermal analysis and calorimetry | Explain TG-DTA and static calorimetry |
Class 2 | Thermodynamics: the First law | Study about First law, State function, Enthalpy, Temperature dependency. |
Class 3 | Thermodynamics: the second law and the Gibbs energy | Study about The second law, Entropy, Free energy, Maxwell equation. |
Class 4 | Statistical interpretation for entropy | Study about Statistical interpretation of entropy. |
Class 5 | Thermodynamics: the third law | Study about The third law. |
Class 6 | Relation between the thermodynamic properties and physical properties | Study about Richards’s rule, Trouton’s rule, Neumann-Kopp’s rule、Boron-Harber cycle |
Class 7 | Free energy of heterogeneous system | Study about Free energy of heterogeneous system、Free energy of reaction、Ellingham diagram. |
Class 8 | Achievement test | Ti examine as "feed-back" |
Class 9 | Treatment of Solution (I) | partial molar quantity, calculation of partial molar quantity, relations between thermodynamic quantities |
Class 10 | Treatment of Solution (II) | free energy of solution formation, ideal solution, Raoult's law, regular solution, Henry's law |
Class 11 | Application of quasichemical approach for solution (I) | quasichemical approach, attractive interaction, repulsive interaction |
Class 12 | Application of quasichemical approach for solution (II) | application of quasichemical approach for order-disorder reactions, long-range order parameter、short−range order parameter |
Class 13 | Understanding of binary phase diagram (I) | system, phase, equilibrium, Gibbs' phase rule, degree of freedom, single phase diagrambinary phase diagram |
Class 14 | Understanding of binary phase diagram (II) | binary phase diagram, eutectic point, lever rule, congruent melting compound, incongruent melting compound |
Class 15 | Free energy of binary systems | Free energy of binary systems |
R. A. Swalin. Thermodynamics of Solids. John Wiley & Sons, New York.
(Sakai) Course materials are provide during class.
(Shinozaki) All materials used in class can be found on OCW-i.
Student's course scores are based on midterm (Sakai:45%) and final (Shinozaki:45%) exams and attendance (10%).
No prerequisites.