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by Peter W. Atkins
This edition of this textbook of physical chemistry contains instructional features and includes a free CD-ROM with illustrations and revision aids, 20 animations and 30 interactive "living graphs", and a data section that can be used in presentations by both lecturers and students.
This textbook of physical chemistry provides a thorough explanation of the subject and has many instructional features to help the student, and an assortment of learning tools which are new to this edition. Popular features include the introduction, which offers an early discussion of some key ideas that occur throughout the subject. The text's almost 1000 two-colour illustrations, all redrawn by the author, continue to add a visual dimension to the study of physical chemistry. This edition includes a free CD-ROM with illustrations and revision aids, 20 animations and 30 interactive "living graphs", and a data section that can be used in presentations by both lecturers and students. All artwork is in full-colour.
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Introduction: Orientation and background. Part 1: Eqilibrium. 1: The properties of gases. 2: The First Law: the concepts. 3: The First Law: the machinery. 4: The Second Law: the concepts. 5: The Second Law: the machinery. 6: Physical transformations of pure substances. 7: Simple mixtures. 8: Phase diagrams. 9: Chemical equilibrium. 10: Equilibrium electrochemistry. Part 2: Structure. 11: Quantum theory: introduction and principles. 12: Quantum theory: techniques and applications. 13: Atomic structure and atomic spectra. 14: Molecular structure. 15: Molecular symmetry. 16: Spectroscopy 1: rotational and vibrational spectra. 17: Spectroscopy 2: electronic transitions. 18: Spectroscopy 3: magnetic resonance. 19: Statistical thermodynamics: the concepts. 20: Statistical thermodynamics: the machinery. 21: Diffraction techniques. 22: The electric and magnetic properties of molecules. 23: Macromolecules and colloids. Part 3: Change. 24: Molecules in motion. 25: The rates of chemical reactions. 26: The kinetics of complex reactions. 27: Molecular reaction dynamics. 28: Processes at solid surfaces. 29: Dynamic electrochemistry. Data section. Answers to exercises. Answers to problems. Index
Physical Chemistry by Peter W. Atkins
Peter W. Atkins
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Oxford University Press
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