|Lead Instructors||Milo Koretsky (MK)||email@example.com||T: 1-1:50; W 2-2:50, 4-5: Gleeson 201 or Gleeson 306|
|Teaching Assistants||Peter Ferrerofirstname.lastname@example.org||W 5-6: Gleeson Lobby|
|Han Meiemail@example.com||M 3-4: Gleeson Lobby|
|Sean Seekinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||W 3-3:50: Gleeson Lobby|
|Jad Toumaemail@example.com||T 2-3: Gleeson Lobby|
|Learning Assistants||Nasser Al Atiqi|
The general syllabus for course is available here.
(Complete Quiz on Concept Warehouse)
(Due in Studio)
|HW Solution||Lecture Slides||Topics Covered|
Pure Species Equilibrium
|Before W lecture: Textbook, pages 20-24|
Before F lecture: Textbook, pages 315-321
W: intensive vs. extensive properties hv, vv. (CW prob)
Vacuum video (what causes the ICE?)
F: Tie HW 1 as conceptual model in thermoGibbs energy as combined 1st and 2nd
|Week 2||Pure Species Equilibrium|
|M: MLK Holiday|
W: Textbook, pages: 321-329
F: Textbook, pages: 334-344
W: Gibbs for pure species; C and CC EqnsF: Looked at vacuum video Gs in terms of what changes deltag -> arguing sv. Muddiest points
|Week 3||Mixtures||M: Textbook, pages: 344-347, 355|
W: Textbook, pages: 357-359, 367-369
F: No reading!
M: Nomenclature developed wrt Studio 2
W: Hypothetical paths: CW hw problem discussed emphasis of identifying phenomena and available dataF: Entropy of mixing from a hypothetical path – CW question with a reversible path
|Week 4||Chemiical Potential |
|M: Review Chapter 6|
W: Exam 1
F: Textbook, pages: 391-402
|No HW||Week 4||
M: Partial molar Gibbs energy and chemical potential; criteria for chemical equilibrium; volume properties of an ideal gasF: Partial molar properties vs. pure species properties (vis Exam 1 Q1; relate to membrane separation)
|Week 5||Fugacity in the vapor||M: Muddiest / Surprised reflection|
W: Work through Examples 7.1, 7.2, 7.3
F: Graphic text on fugacity p 1-4
|HW#4 Sln||Week 5||
M: Fugacity definition; emphasis on the reference state; criteria for chemical equilibrium
W: Fugacity for a pure vapor; steam tables, vdW equation.F: Fugacity from EOS and gen corr.
|Week 6||Fugacity in vapor mixtures|
Fugacity in the liquid
|M: Textbook, pages: 403-414, Example 7.4|
W: Textbook, pages: 414-418
F: Textbook, pages: 425-436
|HW#5||HW#5 Sln||Week 6||
M: Fugacity of mixtures from EOS; Lewis fugacity rule.
W: Fugacity of mixtures from EOSF: Fugacity of liquids: Ideal solutions, Lewis Randall and Henry’s reference states; activity coeff.
|Week 7||Fugacity in the liquid, solid||M: Textbook, pages: 419-420, 436-441, 449|
W: Textbook pages 450-452; Graphic text on fugacity p 5-8
F: Textbook, pages: 467-483
|HW#6 Sln||Week 7||
M: Models for gE. Two-suffix Margules equation.
W: Assymetric models for gE. calculation of pure liquid fugacityF: Work with phase diagrams and three-suffix Margules building on Studio 7
|Week 8||Phase Equilibria: VLE||M: Exam 2|
W: Textbook pages 467-484
F: Textbook pages 484-486, 495-500
W: Phase diagrams, Raoult’s law, lever ruleF: Deviations from RL; Azeotropes; Studio 8 analysis
|Week 9||Phase Equilibria: LLE and SLE|
Chemical Reaction Equilibria
|M: Textbook pages 511-515, 523-531|
W: Textbook pages 563-568
F: Textbook pages 579-580, 586
|HW#7||HW#7 Sln||Week 9||
M: LLE (Prof. Mallette)
W: CW Phase diagram CW reviewF: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium: Intro
|Week 10||Chemical Reaction Equilibria||M: Textbook pages 599-602|
|HW#8||HW#8 Sln||Week 10||
M: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium: K, extent, and fugacity
W: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium: K from thermochemical dataF: Review and Final details
Homework assignments are to be turned in at the beginning of class on the due date.
Old exams are avaiilable here for you to practice:
Exam 1 from 2016 is available on the link above. One point of note. The emphasis on which content we are covering is quite different this year, so the exam emphasis will also change.
ChE 312 had 3 exams in 2016 - so the timing was different relative to content. Both exams 2 and 3 are posted below.
Lecture handouts will be archived here in PDF format.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
|1||MWF 1000-1050||LINC 210||133||Milo Koretsky|
|11||R 1300-1350||BEXL 102||24||Peter Ferrero
Nasser Al Atiqi
|12||R 1300-1350||BEXL 103||23||Sean Seekins
|13||R 1400-1450||BEXL 102||22||Peter Ferrero
Nasser Al Atiqi
|14||R 1400-1450||BEXL 103||24||Sean Seekins
|15 & 16||R 1500-1550||BEXL 103||24||Jad Touma
|17 & 18||R 1600-1650||BEXL 103||16||Jad Touma