This introductory physical chemistry course examines the connections between molecular properties and the behavior of macroscopic chemical systems.
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" Really informative and interesting, the instructor has a great ability to explain the most complex concepts in a clear and simple way "
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
The course instructor was excellent. Although I finished only 5 modules, I could learn a lot.
Really well taught course. I would recommend it to all those interested in learning molecular happenings of Thermodynamics.