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Title

Physical Chemistry using Mathematica
Author

Joseph H. Noggle
Book information

Publisher: HarperCollins
Copyright year: 1996
ISBN: 0673525295
Medium: Paperback
Pages: 374
Out of print?: N
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Contents

Introduction | Properties of Matter | The First Law of Thermodynamics | The Second Law of Thermodynamics | Equilibrium in Pure Substances | Statistical Thermodynamics | Chemical Reactions | Solutions | Ionic Solutions | Transport Properties | Chemical Kinetics | Quantum Theory | Atoms | Diatomic Molecules | Polyatomic Molecules | Mathematica Notebooks
Description

This book is designed to help even the novice user learn to use the most important features of Mathematica and apply them to physical chemistry problem solving. The material is meant to accompany Physical Chemistry by Joseph Noggle, although it is relevant to any standard phsyical chemistry text. An included diskette contains the "notebook" files that are listed in the appendix of the book.
Subjects

*Science > Chemistry
*Science > Physics > Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics