Molecular Thermodynamics

Molecular Thermodynamics Evolved from McQuarrie and Simon s best selling textbook iPhysicalChemistry A Molecular Approach i this text follows a similar path by firstcovering the principles of quantum mechanics before engagi

  • Title: Molecular Thermodynamics
  • Author: Donald A. McQuarrie John D. Simon
  • ISBN: 9781891389054
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Evolved from McQuarrie and Simon s best selling textbook, iPhysicalChemistry A Molecular Approach i, this text follows a similar path by firstcovering the principles of quantum mechanics before engaging those ideas inthe subsequent development of thermodynamics Although many of the chaptersin iMolecular Thermodynamics i are similar to chapters in the physicalchemistry teEvolved from McQuarrie and Simon s best selling textbook, iPhysicalChemistry A Molecular Approach i, this text follows a similar path by firstcovering the principles of quantum mechanics before engaging those ideas inthe subsequent development of thermodynamics Although many of the chaptersin iMolecular Thermodynamics i are similar to chapters in the physicalchemistry text, new material has been added throughout along with threeentirely new chapters The text includes five short MathChapters, eachwith a special set of problems that will help students review and summarizethe mathematical tools required to master the material Worked examples andchapter ending problems with solutions are also included throughout thebook.

    One thought on “Molecular Thermodynamics”

    1. This books is incredible. It's extremely comprehensive. If you love physical chemistry as I do read this book. I have always enjoyed McQuarrie's work this just made me love it even more. It is a testament to his legacy.

    2. Pretty decent as a thermo textbook actually. Except sometimes they explain a concept using an example, and then don't present the general case, which is not useful for trying to understand other situations.

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