This is an undergraduate textbook on physical chemistry published as four separate paperback volumes. It combines a thorough presentation of the theoretical and mathematical aspects of the subject with examples and applications drawn from current industrial and academic research and actual experimental data.
The books closely integrate theoretical chemistry teachings with industrial and laboratory practice, providing a realistic grounding for future practicing chemists and engineers. Each volume includes Mathematica workbooks on CD-ROM. Contents
Temperature, Pressure, Molar Volume, and Equilibrium | The Equation of State | How to Use the Equation of State | Thermodynamic Transformations | Work | Heat | Reversible and Irreversible Transformations | Path-Dependent and Path-Independent Quantities | First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics | Helmholtz and Gibbs Free Energies | How to Calculate the Change of Entropy in an Equilibrium Transformation | Enthalpy and Energy Change during a Thermodynamic Transformation | Thermochemistry | The Change of Chemical Potential during an Equilibrium Transformation | The Chemical Potential of a Compound in a Mixture | Mixtures: Partial Molar Quantities and Activities | Chemical Equilibrium | Chemical Equilibrium: The Connection between the Equilibrium Constant and Composition | Chemical Equilibrium: How to Calculate K from ΔG0 = -RT ln K | Chemical Equilibrium: Dependence of Equilibrium Constant on Temperature and Pressure | Chemical Equilibrium of Coupled Reactions | Phase Transitions in One-Component Systems: The Phenomena | Phase Transitions in One-Component Systems: The Equilibrium Conditions | Phase Transitions in One-Component Systems: How to Use the Equilibrium Conditions | Phase Equilibria in Binary Systems: The Phenomena | Equilibrium Conditions for Binary Systems with Two Phases: Application to Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium | Electrolyte Solutions | Galvanic Cells: Phenomena | Galvanic Cells: Equilibrium Conditions | Appendix A1: Conversion Factors for Pressure Units | Appendix A2: Ethane Data | Appendix A3: Gas Constant R in Units of Energy/mol K | Appendix A4: Van der Waals Constants | Appendix A5: Value of the Constants Appearing in the Beattie-Bridgeman Equation | Appendix A6: Value of the Constants Appearing in the Benedict-Webb-Rubin Equation | Appendix A7: Units for Work, Energy, and Heat | Appendix A8: The Dependence of Heat Capacity on Temperature | Appendix A9: Thermodynamic Properties at Several Temperatures and 1 Bar Related Topics
Chemistry, Engineering, Physics