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e-Book Principles of Physical Chemistry download

by Lionel M. Raff

ISBN: 013027805X
ISBN13: 978-0130278050
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1st edition (January 26, 2001)
Pages: 1256
Category: Medicine
Subategory: Medical

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Ships from and sold by TEXTBOOKNOOK. Ships from and sold by squarebooks100. This means that during the lecture I go over material that is already in the text. I have found that this repetition helps the students a great deal.

The discussion of quantum chemistry in physical chemistry was expanded to include the history of its development .

This book would be suitable for the thermodynamics component of an introductory physical chemistry course in which more depth is sought than would be typically found in a comprehensive introductory text. Keywords (Audience): Upper-Division Undergraduate.

Principles of Physical Chemistry book.

For two- or three-term Physical Chemistry courses for chemists and engineers

For two- or three-term Physical Chemistry courses for chemists and engineers. This lucidly written text with 1500 exercises, problems and examples is designed to bring students to a functional level of literacy in the use, practice, appreciation and execution of physical chemistry principles and methods. The text presents all the theories and equations necessary, and teaches students how to think, how to use principles to properly treat a wide variety of systems, and how to obtain the equations to quantify various phenomena.

LIONEL M. RAFF is Regents Professor of Chemistry at Oklahoma State University. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Oklahoma, majoring in chemistry, physics and mathematics, and his graduate studies at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, working with Professor Aron Kuppermann on electron impact spectroscopy.

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Home . Details for: Principles of physical chemistry . 26 c. SBN: 013027805X. Central Library, KUET. Details for: Principles of physical chemistry /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Principles of physical chemistry, Lionel M. Raff. Subject(s): Chemistry, Physical and theoreticalDDC classification: 541. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

This book explains Physical Chemistry better than any other text than I've ever encountered with the possible exception of the textbook by David W. Ball simply titled Physical Chemistry. This book is wonderful! By Thriftbooks. com User, March 11, 2001.

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This easy-to-read volume, designed to bring users to a functional level of literacy in the use, practice, appreciation and execution of physical chemistry principles and methods is designed to promote understanding. The text presents all the theories and equations relevant to classical thermodynamics, quantum mechanics and bonding, spectroscopy, statistical mechanics, kinetics and dynamics. For individuals interested in mastering the basic principles and methods of physical chemistry, including chemical engineers.

Comments:
MegaStar
I am a chemical engineer / physical chemist, and am now searching for a different physical chemistry textbook to use with my undergraduate students when I found this gem.

I was fortunate enough to have sat for an undergraduate pchem and two graduate quantum classes with Dr. Raff and had found him to be the best - and by far the most challenging - instructor I have ever had.

That being said, I have hoped for years to see him author a textbook - this is it. The approach is fundamental, presenting applications, background, and associated mathematics for the concept. The material is well-organized, and each chapter builds upon the concepts presented in the last.

I have just finished skimming through some of the text chapters, and find the material to be as clear, thorough, and detailed as I remember, with challenging examples and problems for practice. I shall be using the text this fall with my students.

Skiletus
It does a good job in introducing you to the crazyness of thermodynamics. Quantum section gets a bit overwhelming but thats quantum for you. As a ChemE the book was very helpful in providing a more in depth look at thermodynamics that a couple of the engineering books hadn't dove into. All this book really needed was a page with a list of symbols used in the book explaining what they mean. For example the greek letter mu was used for chemical potential, joule theorem coefficient, etc. It can get very annoying and cumbersome especially when other books use mu for other physical properties.

net rider
As far as PChem texts go, it's not bad. Not amazing in clarity or explanation, but it covers everything a two-semester undergrad class would need and then some. Like nearly all PChem texts (and classes for that matter), it starts with thermodynamics and takes a hard left at quantum mechanics (that's the Part 2). Raff is good about covering the math that you would need outside of three semesters of calculus; he sets them off into their own sections so that they can be skipped if unnecessary. He explains concepts starting from a known point, adding in relevant assumptions, axioms and experimental data, and builds the concept up to its completion.

The problems at the end of the chapter start from easy warm-ups to tricky, comprehensive, lateral-thinking, multi-part problems that will keep you up for hours, if not days working on them. But after the smoke clears, you'll have a vastly better understanding of that concept than when you started.

Dislikes: Lack of any color makes many plots and figures difficult to understand at a glance. Once you grind through it, you can understand it, but even two-tone helps.

Ultimately, if you are looking for a text that explains physical chemistry easily, YMMV with this book. Our prof was a grad student of Raff, so it's no surprise this was the class text.

Morlurne
Good book! It is really worth for the price! Nice condition!

Leniga
I used this textbook in my undergraduate Physical Chemistry course. While Raff had good intentions of showing students all of the necessary derivations, I feel he used some cumbersome methods to get there. Granted, my professor used different means to derive the same equations, but I have to agree with my professor, Raff's terminology goes against the mainstream jargon of most physical chemists.This text is probably suitable for PChem students who have had both vector calculus and some differential equation experience since Raff assumes quite frequently that you know he's skipping ahead 3-6 steps to get the next line of equations. While the "hell questions" are humorous (see Ch. 1-4), a large portion of the questions were not worded in a clear cut manner. I usually had to have my professor "translate" what Raff was asking for in his questions so I could go about determining an answer. I'm thankful that at least where I am at for graduate school, they use the 7th Ed. of P.W. Atkins Physical Chemistry text since it's much better. Atkins has always excelled with his PChem textbooks, and if I had a choice, I'd use Atkins over Raff anyday to teach Physical Chemistry.

Siatanni
If you ever wanted a textbook that explained Physical Chemistry and made the concepts much more accessible this is the BOOK!!! Let me repeat myself this is the BOOK!!! This book explains Physical Chemistry better than any other text than I've ever encountered with the possible exception of the textbook by David W. Ball simply titled Physical Chemistry. Buy this book!!! I repeat BUY THIS BOOK!!!!

Shomeshet
Lionel Raff has written a wonderful book. He explains in detail the derivations of equations used in both thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, and his explanations of relatively difficult concepts are extraordinary. I have heard that in his lectures he likes to use the phrase "evident since early childhood" to describe concepts that initially seem complex, but when explained properly appear obvious; his book has many instances in which the explanation makes one feel that way. The order of the book makes sense as well -- the first chapters deal with thermodynamics, which has relatively simple math, to give you a feel for using calculus to describe chemical processes. Quantum mechanics are the topics covered later in the book, after you build up confidence in the mathematics.

Book arrived promptly and in the condition that it was described as. This is a good seller.

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