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Thus for any isothermal change in pressure and volume of an ideal gas , AE is

to the statement that any heat absorbed is converted into the work required when

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Thus for any isothermal change in pressure and volume of an ideal gas , AE is

**equal**to zero . From the first law , it then follows that 9 = ( 3-12 ) This is equivalentto the statement that any heat absorbed is converted into the work required when

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W max With signs changed , Equation ( 4-22 ) thus becomes - ( AG ) , P PAV ( 4-

23 ) Thus the decrease in free energy of the system itself during a change at

constant temperature and pressure is

done ...

W max With signs changed , Equation ( 4-22 ) thus becomes - ( AG ) , P PAV ( 4-

23 ) Thus the decrease in free energy of the system itself during a change at

constant temperature and pressure is

**equal**to the maximum work that can bedone ...

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[ A2- ] K , K , = ( 6-41 ) [ H , AH , ] One can show that the product K , K , is also

proton y , one expects the microconstant Kı , to be much larger than Ki ,, and K2 ,

to be ...

[ A2- ] K , K , = ( 6-41 ) [ H , AH , ] One can show that the product K , K , is also

**equal**to K ,, K2 , and to K , K2 If proton x is lost very much more readily thanproton y , one expects the microconstant Kı , to be much larger than Ki ,, and K2 ,

to be ...

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### Contents

1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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