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…
Much of chemistry is motivated by asking ‘How’? How do I make a primary alcohol? React a Grignard reagent with formaldehyde. Physical chemistry is motivated by asking ‘Why’? The Grignard reagent and formaldehyde…
Mathematical Methods for Physical and Analytical Chemistry presents mathematical and statistical methods to students of chemistry at the intermediate, post-calculus level. The content includes a review of general…
Table of contents
Part I. Quantum Mechanics
1. Schrödinger Equation and Its Application
2. Quantum-Mechanical Harmonic Oscillator
3. Hydrogen-like Atoms
4. Optical Transition and Selection Rules
Part II. Electromagnetism
5. Maxwell’s Equations
This is the only comprehensive introduction to this central topic and thus a must-have for many chemists, chemical engineers and material scientists.
The book describes the behavior of liquids and solutions and their simplest applications in a basic…
This book is a physical chemistry textbook that presents the essentials of physical chemistry as a logical sequence from its most modest beginning to contemporary research topics.…
This book provides an introduction to physical chemistry that is directed toward applications to the biological sciences. Advanced mathematics is not required. This book can be used for either a one semester or two semester course, and as a reference…
Thanks to the progress made in instruments and techniques, the methods in physical chemistry have developed rapidly over the past
few decades, making them increasingly valuable for scientists of many disciplines.
These two must-have volumes…
One Century of Physical Organic Chemistry: The Menshutkin Reaction (J.-L.
Abboud, et al.).
Angular Dependence of Dipolar Substituent Effects (K. Bowden & E. Grubbs).
Electronic Configuration, Structure, and Solvation of Phenyl-Substituted Group 4 Anions (U. Edlund & E.…