Lecture 1 - Introduction

Lecture 2 - Measurability and controllability of energy

Lecture 3 - Postulates of thermodynamics - I

Lecture 4 - Postulates of thermodynamics - II

Lecture 5 - Definition of intensive variables and driving forces for temperature and pressure flow

Lecture 6 - Driving force for the matter flow

Lecture 7 - Basic properties, phase diagram, and thermodynamic table

Lecture 8 - Work, and heat

Lecture 9 - First law of thermodynamics for closed system: Ideal gas behavior

Lecture 10 - First law of thermodynamics: Example 1

Lecture 11 - First law of thermodynamics for open system

Lecture 12 - First law of thermodynamics: Example 2

Lecture 13 - The second law of the thermodynamics: Review

Lecture 14 - Carnot cycle and thermodynamic temperature

Lecture 15 - The concept of entropy

Lecture 16 - Maximum work and entropy of ideal gas

Lecture 17 - Power cycles and examples

Lecture 18 - Mathematical properties of fundamental equations

Lecture 19 - Generalized thermodynamic potential - I

Lecture 20 - Generalized thermodynamic potential - II

Lecture 21 - Multivariable Calculus

Lecture 22 - Maxwell's relations and examples

Lecture 23 - Jacobian method and its applications

Lecture 24 - Equilibrium and stability - I

Lecture 25 - Equilibrium and stability - II

Lecture 26 - Stability criteria

Lecture 27 - Intrinsic stability of thermodynamic system

Lecture 28 - Phase transitions

Lecture 29 - Clapeyron Equation and Vapour Pressure Correlations

Lecture 30 - Equation of state

Lecture 31 - Equation of state (Continued...)

Lecture 32 - Repulsive Interaction

Lecture 33 - Fugacity

Lecture 34 - Thermodynamics of mixtures

Lecture 35 - Partial molar properties and examples

Lecture 36 - Examples of partial molar properties for real processes

Lecture 37 - Obtaining the partial molar properties from experimental data

Lecture 38 - Partial molar properties of ideal gas mixtures

Lecture 39 - Chemical potential of ideal gas mixtures

Lecture 40 - Fugacity coefficient in terms of measurable properties

Lecture 41 - Fugacity coefficient for mixtures

Lecture 42 - Fugacity coefficient for ideal mixtures

Lecture 43 - Activity coefficient for mixtures

Lecture 44 - Gibbs - Duhem relations and its impacts on the activity

Lecture 45 - Excess Gibbs free energy model - I

Lecture 46 - Two suffix Margules equation

Lecture 47 - Excess Gibbs free energy model - II

Lecture 48 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria

Lecture 49 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (examples)

Lecture 50 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (non-ideal mixtures - I)

Lecture 51 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (non-ideal mixtures - II)

Lecture 52 - Azeotropes

Lecture 53 - Azeotrope (binary mixture)

Lecture 54 - Liquid-Liquid equilibria - 1

Lecture 55 - liquid-liquid equilibria (Continued...) and solid-liquid equilibria

Lecture 56 - Solid-liquid equilibria (Continued...)

Lecture 57 - Solid-liquid equilibria examples and properties

Lecture 58 - Examples of boiling point elevation

Lecture 59 - Solubility of gases in the liquid

Lecture 60 - Chemical reaction equilibria - I

Lecture 61 - Chemical reaction equilibria - II

Lecture 62 - Chemical reaction equilibria - III

Lecture 63 - Chemical reaction equilibria - IV