Overview1. Introduction. 2. The Physical Properties of Pure Compounds. 3. Material and Energy Balances. 4. Entropy. 5. Thermodynamic Processes and Cycles. 6. Thermodynamic Models of Real, Pure Compounds. 7. Equations of State (EOS). 8. Modeling Phase Equilibrium for Pure Compounds. 9. An Introduction to Mixtures. 10. Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium. 11. Theories and Models for Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium of Mixtures: Modified Raoult's Law Approaches. 12. Theories and Models for Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium of Mixtures: Using Equations of State. 13. Liquid-Liquid, Vapor-Liquid-Liquid, and Solid-Liquid Equilibrium. 14. Fundamentals of Chemical Reaction Equilibrium. 15. Synthesis of Thermodynamic Principles. Appendix A: Steam Tables. Appendix B: Mathematical Techniques. Appendix C: Physical Properties. Appendix D: Heat Capacity. Appendix E: Antoine Equation. Appendix F: The Joback Group Additivity Method.