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Author Kolasinski, Kurt W.

Title Physical Chemistry : How Chemistry Works.

Imprint Newark : Wiley, 2017.

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Contents Physical Chemistry; Contents; Preface; About the companion website; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Atoms and molecules; 1.2 Phases; 1.2.1 Directed practice; 1.3 Energy; 1.3.1 Directed practice; 1.4 Chemical reactions; 1.4.1 Directed practice; 1.5 Problem solving; 1.5.1 Directed practice; 1.5.2 Performing calculations; 1.5.3 Units and reporting data; 1.6 Some conventions; Exercises; Further reading; 2 Ideal gases; 2.1 Ideal gas equation of state; 2.1.1 Example; 2.1.2 Directed practice; 2.2 Molecular degrees of freedom; 2.2.1 Directed practice.
2.3 Translational energy: Distribution and relation to pressure2.3.1 Example; 2.4 Maxwell distribution of molecular speeds; 2.5 Principle of equipartition of energy; 2.6 Temperature and the zeroth law of thermodynamics; 2.7 Mixtures of gases; 2.7.1 Directed practice; 2.8 Molecular collisions; 2.8.1 Directed practice; Exercises; Further reading; 3 Non-ideal gases and intermolecular interactions; 3.1 Non-ideal behavior; 3.2 Interactions of matter with matter; 3.2.1 Directed practice; 3.3 Intermolecular interactions; 3.3.1 Long-range interactions; 3.3.2 Short-range energies.
3.3.3 The hydrogen bond, halogen bond, and related interactions3.4 Real gases; 3.4.1 Virial expansion; 3.4.2 Empirical equations of state; 3.4.3 Example; 3.4.4 Example; 3.5 Corresponding states; 3.5.1 Directed practice; 3.6 Supercritical fluids; Exercises; Further reading; 4 Liquids, liquid crystals, and ionic liquids; 4.1 Liquid formation; 4.2 Properties of liquids; 4.3 Intermolecular interaction in liquids; 4.3.1 Directed practice; 4.4 Structure of liquids; 4.4.1 Directed practice; 4.5 Internal energy and equation of state of a rigid sphere liquid.
4.5.1 General equations of state for liquids4.6 Concentration units; 4.7 Diffusion; 4.7.1 Ficks first law of diffusion; 4.7.2 Ficks second law of diffusion; 4.7.3 Non-Fickian diffusion; 4.8 Viscosity; 4.9 Migration; 4.10 Interface formation; 4.11 Liquid crystals; 4.11.1 Directed practice; 4.12 Ionic liquids; Exercises; Further reading; 5 Solids, nanoparticles, and interfaces; 5.1 Solid formation; 5.2 Electronic structure of solids; 5.2.1 Directed practice; 5.3 Geometrical structure of solids; 5.3.1 Miller indices; 5.4 Interface formation; 5.4.1 Surface structure and adsorption sites.
5.4.2 Surface defects5.5 Glass formation; 5.6 Clusters and nanoparticles; 5.6.1 Directed practice; 5.7 The carbon family: Diamond, graphite, graphene, fullerenes, and carbon nanotubes; 5.7.1 Directed practice; 5.8 Porous solids; 5.8.1 Directed practice; 5.9 Polymers and macromolecules; Exercises; Endnotes; Further reading; 6 Statistical mechanics; 6.1 The initial state of the universe; 6.2 Microstates and macrostates of molecules; 6.2.1 Directed practice; 6.3 The connection of entropy to microstates; 6.3.1 Example; 6.4 The constant a: Introducing the partition function; 6.4.1 The value of.
Note 6.5 Using the partition function to derive thermodynamic functions.
Summary Taking a fresh approach to teaching in physical chemistry, this modern textbook is designed to excite and engage undergraduate chemistry students and prepare them for how they will employ physical chemistry in real life. -- Edited summary from book.
Subject Chemistry, Physical and theoretical -- Textbooks.
Chemistry -- Textbooks.
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Physical & Theoretical.
Chemistry. (OCoLC)fst00853344
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. (OCoLC)fst00853521
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Textbooks. (OCoLC)fst01423863
Other Form: Print version: Kolasinski, Kurt W. Physical Chemistry : How Chemistry Works. Newark : Wiley, 2016 9781118751121
ISBN 9781118751213 (electronic bk.)
1118751213 (electronic bk.)
9781118751121 (pbk.)
Standard No. AU@ 000059646089
AU@ 000062536719

 
    
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