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One of the big things that I've noticed is that thermodynamics was heavily concerned with state functions, that is, the initial and final relative states of a system without respect to the path the reaction took. I think Kinetics is concerned with the very path dependency that thermodynamics ignored, and it is used to determine mechanisms for predicting the rates of reactions.
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