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Rosenberg
ISBN: 978-0-471-78015-1
Hardcover
563 pages
June 2008
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A new edition of the classic treatment of chemical thermodynamics

For more than fifty years, this critically acclaimed and highly influential publication has been the textbook of choice in the field of chemical thermodynamics. This Seventh Edition not only brings the text thoroughly up to date with the latest developments and applications, it also offers new features that better enable students to master key concepts and apply them in practice.

While thoroughly revised and updated, the text's fundamental objectives remain unchanged: to present the foundations and interrelationships of thermodynamics and to enable students to apply basic concepts in solving problems typically encountered by chemists, biologists, geologists, and materials scientists. Moreover, the text continues to maintain a logical unity throughout by focusing on the laws of classical thermodynamics and applications to gases, solutions, phase equilibria, and chemical equilibria.

Designed to meet the needs of today's students and instructors, the text offers:

  • Rigorous explanations of abstract concepts that are clear and simple

  • Logical organization of materials that enables students to progressively build and apply knowledge

  • Worked examples demonstrating how concepts are applied to solve actual problems

  • Detailed coverage of essential mathematical tools, with mathematical review chapters provided for additional support

  • A thorough presentation of graphical, numerical, and analytical computational techniques

  • Exercises that accurately reflect the types of problems encountered by practicing scientists

  • An explanation of the treatment of mixtures of gases, followed by an explanation of the treatment of chemical equilibrium

  • A new discussion of the relation of Henry's law to regular solutions and the relation of regular solutions to limited miscibility

Updated to reflect the latest applications in science and engineering, Chemical Thermo-dynamics continues to set the standard in its field.

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