Beginning Calculations in Physical Chemistry
Designed for first year university students studying chemistry, and students taking physical chemistry as part of their degree course, this workbook is comprised of eight main sections covering revision of key elements. There are some 68 examples and 139 exercises through which students' ability and confidence with tackling quantitative calculations will be developed, beginning with material based on pre-university knowledge through to topics such as chemical equilibrium that are featured in first year university courses. The important equations are collected together at the end of each section for easy reference, and a list of useful mathematical formulae is included. Students can work through the book as self-paced individuals or in groups, alongside traditional lecture courses.
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Calculating Masses of Atoms and Molecules
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acid amount of substance Answers appropriate approximately Avogadro constant boiling point Boltzmann constant Broglie wavelength Calculate the number chemical chemistry coefficient collision density concentration convert corresponding cubic determine electron enthalpy change entropy change equilibrium constant equilibrium partial pressure evaluate Exercise expressed formula gases Gibbs energy Gibbs energy change given gives gradient graph ideal gas intercept isothermal joule kelvin kg m2 kinetic energy kJ mol"1 linear regression mean speed metre mmHg mol m"3 molar energy molar heat capacity molar mass molar volume mole molecular mass molecule molecule cm"3 multiplying Note number density number of molecules obtain partial pressures perfect gas phase photon physical quantities plot rate constant reactants reaction quotient reduced mass relationship relative atomic mass result Section spectrum square standard enthalpy standard equilibrium constant standard pressure straight line symbol temperature uncertainty velocity wavenumber