Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Japanese
Academic Year 2021Year School/Graduate School School of Engineering
Lecture Code K7112031 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 物理化学II
Subject Name
(Katakana)
ブツリカガク2
Subject Name in
English
Physical Chemistry II
Instructor KOMAGUCHI KENJI
Instructor
(Katakana)
コマグチ ケンジ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 2nd-Year,  Second Semester,  3Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (3T) Mon1-2,Fri3-4:ENG 114
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
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Lecture 
Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction J : Japanese
Course Level 2 : Undergraduate Low-Intermediate
Course Area(Area) 25 : Science and Technology
Course Area(Discipline) 07 : Chemistry
Eligible Students
Keywords Phase equilibrium, Phase diagrams, Chemical potential,  Ideal solution, Thermodynamics of mixtures, Colligative properties, Chemical equilibrium 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status
within Educational
Program
In this course, students will learn more and develop understanding about thermodynamics on the basis of what the students have already learned in the fundamental subjects. 
Criterion referenced
Evaluation
Program of Applied Chemistry
(Knowledge and Understanding)
・Wide range of basic knowledge on liberal arts and specialized education, and professional basic knowledge on chemistry.
・Advanced technical knowledge of applied chemistry.
・The conception ability based on logical thinking supported by basic and technical knowledge.

Program of Chemical Engineering
(Abilities and Skills)
・Definite learning of basic chemistry and chemical engineering and cultivation of application ability
chemical engineering basis

Program of Biotechnology
(Knowledge and Understanding)
・Acquisition of basic and advanced knowledge relating to biotechnology and life science. (Target/Lecture class) 
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
On the basis of the first and second laws of thermodynamics, which are learned already in the course, “Physical chemistry I”, the following terms are focused on in this course.     
1. Able to understand the basic terms and concepts associated with phase equilibrium of pure and mixed substances and explain them.
2. Able to derive basic formulae on phase equilibrium of pure and mixed substances and explain them
3. Able to calculate thermodynamic properties using basic formulae on the phase equilibrium.
4. Able to explain various types of the phase equilibrium and understand them fully.
5. Able to explain chemical equilibrium, equilibria response under various conditions, and electrode reactions with electrochemical potential.  
Class Schedule lesson1: Guidance and simple reviews on the first law, the second law, and the third law of thermodynamics.
lesson2: Simple reviews on the first law, the second law, and the third law of thermodynamics.
lesson3: Physical transformation of pure substances (Chap.4: phase diagrams).
lesson4: Physical transformation of pure substances (Chap.4: thermodynamic aspects of phase transitions).
lesson5: Physical transformation of pure substances (Chap.4: location of phase boundaries).
lesson6: Simple mixtures (Chap.5: partial molar quantities).
lesson7: Simple mixtures (Chap.5: thermodynaics of mixing).
lesson8: mid-term examination and summary of physical transformations of pure substances and simple mixtures (lessons 3-7).
lesson9: Simple mixtures (Chap.5: properties of solutions).
lesson10: Simple mixtures (Chap.5: phase diagrams of binary systems).
lesson11: Simple mixtures (Chap.5: various phase diagrams of binary systems, and activities).
lesson12: Chemical equilibrium (Chap.6: equlibrium constant).
lesson13: Chemical equilibrium (Chap.6: response of chemical equilibria to external conditions).
lesson14: Chemical equilibrium (Chap.6: electrochemical cells and electrode potential).
lesson15: final examination and summary of phase diagrams and chemical equilibrium.

mid-term and final examinations 
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
Atkins’ Physical Chemistry, 10th edition, Chapters 4-6 in the 1st volume (Japanese-language version) 
PC or AV used in
Class,etc.
 
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Learning techniques to be incorporated  
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
Enough preparation and review of each class are necessary because many contents are taught in each class.
Lesson 1: Solid understanding of basic concepts of thermodynamics (the first and the second laws of thermodynamics).
Lesson 2: Solid understanding of basic concepts of thermodynamics (first and second laws of thermodynamics).
Lesson 3: Understanding of phase diagrams.
Lesson 4: Understanding of phase rule.
Lesson 5: Understanding of phase transitions.
Lesson 6: Understanding of partial molar quantities.
Lesson 7: Understanding of conception of chemical potential and thermodynamic description of mixtures.
Lesson 8: Review on  physical transformations of pure substances and simple mixtures (lessons 3-7). .
Lesson 9: Understanding of colligative properties.
Lesson 10: Understanding of phase diagrams in binary systems.    
Lesson 11: Understanding of various phase diagrams in binary systems,  and activities
Lesson 12: Understanding of relation between chemical equilibrium and Gibbs energy.  
Lesson 13: Understanding of thermodynamic formulation of chemical equilibrium.
Lesson 14: Understanding of equilibrium electrochemistry.
Lesson 15: Review on phase diagrams and chemical equilibrium. 
Requirements Students belonging to the applied chemistry and biotechnology courses should take this class and in chemical engineering should take the class instructed by Professor Takishima. 
Grading Method Up to 100 points for the mid-term and final examinations (50%-weighted for each), and weekly class attendance. A total point of 60 and above is accepted as passable. The weights for the five objects are 20% for each in grading.  
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
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