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Unit: Applications of thermodynamics

AP Chem:
ENE (BI)
,
ENE‑4 (EU)
,
ENE‑5 (EU)
,
ENE‑6 (EU)
AP Chem:
ENE (BI)
,
ENE‑4 (EU)
,
ENE‑4.A (LO)
,
ENE‑4.A.1 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.A.2 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.B (LO)
,
ENE‑4.B.1 (EK)

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Practice

AP Chem:
ENE (BI)
,
ENE‑4 (EU)
,
ENE‑4.C (LO)
,
ENE‑4.C.1 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.C.2 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.C.3 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.C.4 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.C.5 (EK)
,
ENE‑4.C.6 (EK)

Learn

  • No videos or articles available in this lesson
AP Chem:
ENE (BI)
,
ENE‑5 (EU)
,
ENE‑5.A (LO)
,
ENE‑5.A.1 (EK)
,
ENE‑5.A.2 (EK)
,
ENE‑5.A.3 (EK)
,
ENE‑5.A.4 (EK)

Learn

  • No videos or articles available in this lesson

About this unit

The unit connects the areas of kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, and electrochemistry. Learn about entropy, Gibbs free energy, cell potential, electrolysis, and more. Practice what you’ve learned and study for the AP Chemistry exam with more than 70 AP-aligned questions.
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