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Thermochemistry Ch 6

QuestionAnswer
state function property that is independent of the pathway
pathway way that energy is transfered
surrounding everything in the universe around a system
thermodynamics study of energy
internal energy property of system that can be changed by work and/or heat
specific heat capacity energy needed to increase the temperature of one gram of a substance by one degree Celsius
molar heat capacity energy needed to increase the temperature of one mole of a substance by one degree Celsius
greenhouse effect warming effect exerted by the earth’satmosphere due to thermal energy
Energy ability to do work. Produces heat.
Potential energy fuel
Kinetic energy motion/movement
Temperature measures hotness or coldness
Heat energy that is transferred
Work force that can transfer energy
System reactants/products
exothermic energy flows OUT of system in to surrounding
endothermic energy flows INTO system from surrounding
Effusion molecules move without hitting each other thru a tiny hole (vacuum)
Created by: zakkimomin