Molecular Physical Chemistry for Engineers
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Offering a distinct emphasis on the behavior of matter from the molecular viewpoint, this book is designed for a one-semester undergraduate course on physical chemistry for engineers and materials scientists. After a brief introductory review of the basic thermodynamic foundations, the book covers three core areas of physical chemistry -- quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics, and kinetics. A final chapter provides case histories that use molecular modeling to solve engineering problems. The book includes a broad range of exercises throughout, and an Instructor's Manual is available for adopting professors.
|Sold By||University Science Books|
|ISBNs||1891389270, 1938787609, 9781891389276, 9781938787607|
|Number of Pages||496|