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Prerequisites: CHEM 1220, MATH 2250, AND METE 3610.
Continuation of Metallurgical thermodynamics I in which changes in Gibb’s free energy and chemical potential are used to work with phase and chemical reaction equilibrium problems. Covers single phase equilibrium, multi-component phase equilibrium, non-ideal gas equations of state, ideal and non-ideal solutions, chemical reactions involving gaseous and condensed phases, construction and interpretation of phase diagrams, electrochemistry, and equilibrium behavior of ionic solutions.