## Thermodynamics: For Physicists, Chemists and Materials ScientistsThe structure of this text is simple and transparent, enabling the easy mapping of the text onto a one-semester course syllabus and the attendant study. There are 8 chapters total and one three-part appendix. Throughout the text the student finds numerous examples (solved problems) reaching from cosmic to molecular evolution or from cloud formation to Bose condensation. |

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310305_1_En_2_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 27 |

310305_1_En_3_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 73 |

310305_1_En_4_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 124 |

310305_1_En_5_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 173 |

310305_1_En_6_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 220 |

310305_1_En_7_Chapter_OnlinePDF | 239 |

310305_1_En_BookBackmatter_OnlinePDF | 281 |

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