Name  Office Hours  
Lead Instructor  Milo Koretsky (MK)  milo.koretsky@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 200 Tu 46 PM 
Teaching Assistants  Fuqiong Lei  leifu@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 306 W 46 PM 
Marjan Khorshidi Zadeh  khorshim@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 200 Tu 46 PM  
Casey Kanalos  kanalosc@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 200 W 2:30 4 PM  
Learning Assistants  Shayne Sensenbach 
sensenbs@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 200 W 2:30 4 PM 
Joe Johnson  johnsjo4@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 200 Tu 46 PM  
Jake Young  younjaco@oregonstate.edu  Gleeson 306 W 46 PM 
The general syllabus for course is available here.
Week  Topic  PreLecture (Complete Quiz on Concept Warehouse) 
Homework (Due Thursday by 1 PM) 
HW Solution  Lecture Slides  Topics Covered 
Week 1  Review Pure Species Equilibrium 
Before W lecture: Textbook, pages 1617,
2024 Before F lecture: Textbook, pages 315321 
HW#1  Week 1 
M: Introduction; P^{sat} vs. T for a pure substance W:
Scientific
reasoning; Vacuum video F: Equilibrium and dynamic processes; phase equilibrium and Gibbs energy 

Week 2  Pure Species Equilibrium Mixtures 
M: W: Textbook, pages: 321329 F: Textbook, pages: 334344 
HW#2  HW2 sln  Week 2 
M: Gibbs Energy as combined first and second laws; criteria for chemical equilibrium of a pure specties; Muddiest/Surprised Points W: Clayperon and Clausius Clayperon equations F: Introduction to mixtures; etropy change of mixing for an ideal gas; partial molar properties 
Week 3  Mixtures  M: MLK Holiday W: Textbook, pages: 344347, 355 F: Textbook, pages: 357359, 367369 
HW#3 (Due Friday 5 PM) 
HW3 sln  Week 3 
M: Martin Luther King Jr. Day W: Nomenclature of mixtures; physical explanation of partial molar volume and enthalpy F: Partial molar properties: experimental and analytical determination 
Week 4  Chemical Potential Fugacity 
M: Review Chapter 6 W: Exam 1 F: Textbook, pages: 391402 
Week 4 
M: Review W: Exam 1 (individual) F: Criteria for chemical equilium in mixtures 

Week 5  Fugacity in the vapor  M: Work through Examples 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 Lecture replacement activity; Elby Paper W: Graphic text on fugacity p 14 F: 
HW#4  HW4 sln  See Week 4 
M: Introduction to fugacity W: Fugacity in pure vapor: steam tables & vdW EOS F: Review Studio 5; fugacity of pure species 
Week 6  Fugacity in vapor mixtures Fugacity in the liquid 
M: Textbook, pages: 403414, Example 7.4 W: Textbook, pages: 414418 F: Textbook, pages: 425436 
HW#5 (Due Friday 5 PM) 
HW5 sln  Week 6 
M: Fugacity of vapor mixtures; generalized correlations W: Ideal solutions; Lewis / Randall and Henry's law reference states F: Review of Studio 6; fugacity of pure liquids; excess properties 
Week 7  Fugacity in the liquid, solid  M: Textbook, pages: 419420, 436441, 449 W: Textbook pages 450452; Graphic text on fugacity p 58 F: No Reading 
(Due Friday 5 PM) 
HW6 sln  Week 7 
M: Twosuffix Margules equation W: Assymetric models for g^{E}  historical developmentF: Intro to phase diagrams; lever rules 
Week 8  Phase Equilibria: VLE  M: Textbook pages
467484 W: Exam 2 F: Textbook pages 484486, 495500 
M: Fitting Models for g^{E} W: Exam 2 (individual) F: VLE; Deviations from Raoult's Law; azeotropes^{} 

Week 9  Phase Equilibria: LLE and SLE Chemical Reaction Equilibria 
M: Textbook pages 511515, 523531 W: Textbook pages 563568 F: Textbook pages 579580, 586 
HW#7 (Due Friday 5 PM) 
HW7 sln  Weeks 8 and 9 
M: Bubble point and dew point calculations W: LLE, , SLE (salt CW question). Introduction to Chemical Reaction Equilibrium: enthalpy, entropy, and Gibbs energyF: Formal development of expression for K; relation to T and stoichiometry 
Week 10  Chemical Reaction Equilibria  M: Textbook pages 599602 W: F: 
HW#8 (Due Friday 5 PM) 
HW8 sln  Week 10 Zoom slides 
M: Dependence of lnK on T W: Multiple reationsF: Review and reflect 
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:
Exams
1 and 2 from 2018 and 2019 are available on the links
below. One point of note. The emphasis on which
content we
are covering is different each year, so the exam emphasis will also
change.
Lecture handouts will be archived here in PDF format.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Sec  Day/Time/Date  Location  Curr  Instructor 
1  MWF 10001050  LINC 210  144  Milo
Koretsky 
11  R 13001350  BEXL 102  24  Marjan
Khorshidi Zadeh Jake Young 
12  R 13001350  BEXL 103  24  Casey Kanalos Joe Johnson 
13  R 14001450  BEXL 102  24  Marjan
Khorshidi Zadeh Jake Young 
14  R 14001450  BEXL 103  24  Fuqiong
Lei Shayne Sensenbach 
16  R 15001550  BEXL 103  24  Fuqiong
Lei Shayne Sensenbach 
18  R 16001650  BEXL 103  24  Casey Kanalos Joe Johnson 