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Chemistry 231. Chapter 3 – Enthalpy and Internal Energy: The Importance of State Functions. The Properties of the Pressure, P. Let’s examine the pressure of any system as a function of T and V. The Isothermal Compressibility. For a fluid system or a solid Isothermal Compressibility.

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### Chemistry 231

Chapter 3 – Enthalpy and Internal Energy: The Importance of State Functions

The Properties of the Pressure, P

Let’s examine the pressure of any system as a function of T and V

The Isothermal Compressibility
• For a fluid system or a solid
• Isothermal Compressibility
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
• For solids and fluid systems
• The coefficient of thermal expansion
The Final Expression

Assume that we will write pressure as a function of T and V

The Properties of U

In general, we write U as a function of T and V

Isothermal Changes in U

Examine the second partial derivative

The Joule Experiment

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T1, Vm,1, P1

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Stirrer

Thermal insulation

Valve

The Joule Coefficient

is known as the Joule coefficient, J.

The partial derivative

Internal Energy and the Joule Coefficient

The change in the internal energy under isothermal conditions is related to the Joule Coefficient

Relating CP and CV
• In general

For an ideal gas

The Properties of H

In general, we write H as a function of T and P

The Constant Pressure Heat Capacity

Define the constant pressure heat capacity, CP

Isothermal Changes in H

Examine the second partial derivative

The Joule-Thomson Experiment

Thermal insulation

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T2, P2, Vm,2

T1, P1, Vm,1

Porous Plug

The Joule-Thomson Coefficient

is known as the Joule-Thomson coefficient, JT.

The partial derivative

Relating H to the Joule-Thompson Coefficient

The change in the enthalpy under constant pressure conditions is related to the Joule-Thomson Coefficient