A Textbook of Physical Chemistry

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New Age International, 1985 - Chemistry, Physical and theoretical - 961 pages
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Written primarily to meet the requirements of students at the undergraduate level, this book aims for a self-learning approach. The fundamentals of physical chemistry have been explained with illustrations, diagrams, tables, experimental techniques and solved problems.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE LIQUID STATE
76
THE SOLID STATE
115
THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
159
THERMOCHEMISTRY
213
THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
241
FREE ENERGY FUNCTIONS
290
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
318
CHEMICAL KINETICS
662
ADSORPTION AND ADSORPTION ISOTHERMS
722
CATALYSIS
732
COLLOIDAL STATE
744
ATOMIC STRUCTUREI
760
ATOMIC STRUCTUREII
791
THE CHEMICAL BONDING
817
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
860

DILUTE SOLUTIONSCOLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES
386
PHASE EQUILIBRIATHE PHASE RULE
418
ELECTROLYTIC CONDUCTION
489
IONIC EQUILIBRIA
542
ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS
606
PHOTOCHEMISTRY
885
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND MOLECULAR
908
Index
953
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