Unit 6: Thermochemistry
What is Energy?
Origin of Chemical Energy
Units of Energy
The Special Place of Heat
Energy Sources
Thermometers and Liquids
Ancient Theories of Heat
Measuring Heat
The Capacity to Hold Heat
Imperial and Metric Heat Units
Specific Heat Capacity Table
Principle of Heat Transfer
Molar Heat Capacity
Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions
Heats of Reaction
Enthalpy
Enthalpy Change and Heats of Reaction at Constant Pressure
Energy Conservation
First Law of Thermodynamics
State Functions
Calorimetry
Bomb Calorimetry
Standard Heats of Reaction
Thermochemical Equations
Thermochemical Equations For Experimetally Difficult Reactions
Hess's Law of Heat Summation
Enthalpy Diagrams
Standard Heats of Formation and Hess's Law
Using Hess's Law with Standard Heats of Formation
Values of Hfo from Standard Heats of Combustion
Bond Energies
Entropy
            Enthalpy, Entropy and Spontaneity
            Predicting S for Physical and Chemical Change
            The Second Law of Thermodynamics
            The Third Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy: In Depth Discussion
            The Second Law
            The Third Law
            FAQS about Entropy
            Entropy and Biological Systems
            Activation Energy
Gibb's Free Energy
Standard Free Energies