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Basic overview of the course has been discussed with the introduction to solution thermodynamics.

Anuj Chaturvedi
M.Tech in Process Modeling and Simulation. Research scholar @ IIT BHU, and a teacher by heart, ranked 304 in Gate 2018, a badminton freak.

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  1. SOLUTIOIN THERMODYNAMICS For GATE-2019 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING


  2. Anuj Chaturvedi M.Tech. in Process Modeling and Simulation. Research Scholar @ IIT BHU, and a teacher by heart, ranked 304 in GATE 2018, a badminton freak unacademy https:/unacademu.com/user/anuichem09


  3. Solution Thermodynamics for GATE-2019 Chemical Engineering Lesson: 1 Course Overview


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  5. Target Audience All undergraduate Chemical Engineering Students GATE- (Chemical Engineering) aspirants


  6. INTRODUCTION: SOLUTION THERMODYNAMICS - In the ultimate application of the principles of chemical engineering thermodynamics - matter is dominantly processed in the form of mixtures. Process streams are typically comprised of multiple components, very often distributed over multiple phases. Therefore, in the thermodynamic description of such systems, in addition to pressure and temperature, composition plays a key role.


  7. . The presented course constitutes a systematic development of the concept of a new class of properties essential to description of real mixtures, as well of the idea of the chemical potential necessary foir deriving the criterion of phase and chemical reaction equilibrium. - Such properties facilitate the application of the first and second law principles to quantitatively describe changes of internal, energy, enthalpy and entropy of multi-component and multiphase systems.


  8. Of the separate class of properties, the partial molar property and the chemical potential are particularly important. -As in the case of pure gases, the ideal gas mixture acts as a datum for estimating the properties of real gas mixtures. The comparison of the properties of the real and ideal gas mixtures leads to the introduction of the concept of fugacity, a property that is further related to the chemical potential.


  9. GRSE OBJECTIVES To make you familiar with the topics and the type of questions asked Simple and easy approach to solve the OBJECTIVE and NAT type Problems To provide simple explanations of all concepts To clarify all doubts To help improve the efficiency of the aspirants in solving the questions To give you in depth knowledge of the subject O 9 To provide with ONE-LINERS which will help to learn things better To help you make SHORT NOTES


  10. WHAT THE ASPIRANTS CAN EXPECT FROM THE COURSE? - Theory and Applications, fundamental property relation. The chemical potential and phase equilibria. . Partial properties, equations relating molar and partial molar properties, partial properties in binary solutions, relations among partial properties, ideal gas mixtures, fugacity and fugacity coefficient for pure species. VLE for pure species, fugacity of a pure liquid, fugacity and fugacity coefficient for species in solution, the fundamental residual property relation, fugacity coefficients from the virial equation of state and generalized correlations, the ideal solution, the Lewis/Randall rule, excess properties. - The excess Gibbs energy and the activity coefficient, nature of excess properties.