Thursday, October 10, 2019

Thermodynamics and Chemistry (2nd Edition)

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This second edition of Thermodynamics and Chemistry is a revised and enlarged version of the first edition published by Prentice Hall in 2001. The book is designed primarily as a textbook for a one-semester course for graduate or undergraduate students who have already been introduced to thermodynamics in a physical chemistry course.

The PDF file of this book contains hyperlinks to pages, sections, equations, tables, figures, bibliography items, and problems. If you are viewing the PDF on a computer screen, tablet, or color e-reader, the links are colored in blue.

Scattered through the text are sixteen one-page biographical sketches of some of the historical giants of thermodynamics. A list is given on the preceding page. The sketches are not intended to be comprehensive biographies, but rather to illustrate the human side of thermodynamics—the struggles and controversies by which the concepts and experimental methodology of the subject were developed.

Biographical Sketches
Preface to the Second Edition
From the Preface to the First Edition
1. Introduction
2. Systems and Their Properties
3. The First Law
4. The Second Law
5. Thermodynamic Potentials
6. The Third Law and Cryogenics
7. Pure Substances in Single Phases
8. Phase Transitions and Equilibria of Pure Substances
9. Mixtures
10. Electrolyte Solutions
11. Reactions and Other Chemical Processes
12. Equilibrium Conditions in Multicomponent Systems
13. The Phase Rule and Phase Diagrams
14. Galvanic Cells
Appendix A. Definitions of the SI Base Units
Appendix B. Physical Constants
Appendix C. Symbols for Physical Quantities
Appendix E. Calculus Review
Appendix F. Mathematical Properties of State Functions
Appendix G. Forces, Energy, and Work
Appendix H. Standard Molar Thermodynamic Properties
Appendix I. Answers to Selected Problems

Author Details
"Howard DeVoe"
Associate Professor of Chemistry Emeritus
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

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