Thermodynamics is not concerned about
(a) energy changes involved in a chemical reaction
(b) the extent to which a chemical reaction proceeds
(c) the rate at which a reaction proceeds
(d) the feasibility of a chemical reaction
Thermodynamics is not concerned with the rate at which a reaction proceeds. Thermodynamics deals with the energy change, feasibility and extent of a reaction, but not with the rate and mechanism of a process.