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Physical chemistry : statistical mechanics / Horia Metiu

Metiu, Horia, 1940- | Metiu, Horia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: New York [etc.]: Taylor & Francis Group, 2006Description: xxiv, 292 p.; 24 cm+ 1 disco compacto.ISBN: 0-8153-4085-0.Subject(s): Mecánica estadística | Química física
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Monografías 02. BIBLIOTECA CAMPUS PUERTO REAL
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This is a new undergraduate textbook on physical chemistry by Horia Metiu published as four separate paperback volumes. These four textbooks combine a clear and thorough presentation of the theoretical and mathematical aspects of the subject. Examples and applications are drawn from current industrial and academic research. Each volume in "Physical Chemistry" includes Workbooks on CD-ROM containing Mathematica(R) and Mathcad(R) solutions to the exercises featured in the text. The Workbooks also include tutorials on Mathematica(R) and Mathcad(R) and provide programs written to solve the example problems. By using the computer to solve exercises, the author is able to cover the subject matter at a practical level using actual data.

Índice: 1. The Fundamental Equations of Statistical Mechanics. 2. The Physical Interpretation of the Fundamental Equations of Statistical Mechanics. 3. Interpretation of the Thermodynamic Quantities. 4. The Partition Function of a System of Independent Particles. 5. The Partition Function of an Ideal Gas of Atoms. 6. The Thermodynamic Functions of an Ideal Gas of Atoms. 7. The Thermodynamic Properties of an Ideal Gas for which Electronic and Nuclear Contributions are Negligible. 8. A Test of the Theory for a Gas for which Electronic and Nuclear Degrees of Freedom Matter. 9. The Statistical Mechanics of a Gas of Di... Etc.

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