Understanding Physical Chemistry is a gentle introduction to the principles and applications of physical chemistry. The book aims to introduce the concepts and theories in a structured manner through a wide range of carefully chosen examples and case studies drawn from everyday life. These real-life examples and applications are presented first, with any necessary chemical and mathematical theory discussed afterwards. This makes the book extremely accessible and directly relevant to the reader. Aimed at undergraduate students taking a first course in physical chemistry, this book offers an accessible applications/examples led approach to enhance understanding and encourage and inspire the reader to learn more about the subject. A comprehensive introduction to physical chemistry starting from first principles. Carefully structured into short, self-contained chapters. Introduces examples and applications first, followed by the necessary chemical theory.Why does a pressure cooker work? The ClausiusaClapeyron equation A pressure cooker is a sealed saucepan in which food cooks faster than it does in a simple saucepan a where a#39;simplea#39;, in this context means a saucepan that is open to theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Paul M. S. Monk|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley and Sons - 2008-03-11|