Chemical Thermodynamics

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University Science Books, 1983 - Science - 548 pages
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This textbook is a general introduction to chemical thermodynamics.
 

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In accordance with the previous comment, this book was developed with the assumption that the reader can perform derivatives and that he or she is familiar with integral calculus. I suggest over exceeding in calc II before attempting a course with the "aid" of this book. Good luck!!  

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Contents

The Purpose and Scope of Thermodynamics
3
Energy and the First Law of Thermodynamics
31
Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
69
Thermodynamic Functions
107
The Third Law of Thermodynamics and Absolute Entropies
149
Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions
185
The Chemical Potential and the Phase Rule
231
The Activity Function
275
Activities of SolutionPhase Species
337
Therm wdynamics of Ions in Solution
387
Phase Equilibria Involving Solutions
433
Statistical Thermodynamics
473
Appendices
529
References
537
Index
543
Inside Front Cover
544

Equilibrium Constants
303

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About the author (1983)

Peter A. Rock, sometime of University of California, Davis, USA

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