This introductory physical chemistry course examines the connections between molecular properties and the behavior of macroscopic chemical systems.
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Excellently taught course, instructor is very knowledgeable and has an impeccable pedagogy. Quizzes are just challenging enough to maintain interest in the subject matter being taught. 10/10
A beautiful well taught course. The lecturers were not boring and the teaching was very lively. It opened my mind to the importance of thermodynamics in many real world applications.
Some of the best lectures I've ever seen. They manage to present difficult and subtle material in a clear manner. Exercises were good too. I learned a lot! Thanks from Norway :)
Entropy doesn't is desorder, entroby is related with the number of microstated that defined the macrostated Helmholtz and Gibbs can be related with out temperature constant