Atkins' Physical Chemistry

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Oxford University Press, 2018 - 908 páginas
Atkins' Physical Chemistry is widely acknowledged by both students and instructors around the globe to be the textbook of choice for studying physical chemistry. The eleventh edition has been enhanced with additional learning features and math support, and reorganized into discrete Topics, to make the text more flexible for teachers and more readable for students.

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PROLOGUE Energy temperature and chemistry
1
FOCUS 1 The properties of gases
3
TOPIC 1A The perfect gas
4
TOPIC 1B The kinetic model
11
TOPIC 1C Real gases
19
FOCUS 1 The properties of gases
28
The First Law
33
TOPIC 2A Internal energy
34
FOCUS 5 Simple mixtures
200
FOCUS 6 Chemical equilibrium
203
TOPIC 6A The equilibrium constant
204
TOPIC 6B The response of equilibria to the conditions
212
TOPIC 6C Electrochemical cells
217
TOPIC 6D Electrode potentials
224
FOCUS 6 Chemical equilibrium
229
FOCUS 16 Molecules in motion
235

TOPIC 2B Enthalpy
46
TOPIC 2C Thermochemistry
51
TOPIC 2D State functions and exact differentials
59
TOPIC 2E Adiabatic changes
67
FOCUS 2 The First Law
70
The Second and Third Laws
77
TOPIC 3A Entropy
78
TOPIC 3B Entropy changes accompanyingspecific processes
88
TOPIC 3C The measurement of entropy
92
TOPIC 3D Concentrating on the system
97
TOPIC 3E Combining the First and Second Laws
104
FOCUS 3 The Second and Third Laws
111
FOCUS 4 Physical transformations of pure substances
119
TOPIC 4A Phase diagrams of pure substances
120
TOPIC 4B Thermodynamic aspects of phase transitions
128
FOCUS 4 Physical transformations of pure substances
135
FOCUS 4 Physical transformations of pure substances
138
FOCUS 5 Simple mixtures
141
TOPIC 5A The thermodynamic description of mixtures
143
TOPIC 5B The properties of solutions
155
liquids
166
solids
177
TOPIC 5E Phase diagrams of ternary systems
180
TOPIC 5F Activities
183
FOCUS 5 Simple mixtures
191
liquids
194
solids
196
TOPIC 5E Phase diagrams of ternary systems
198
TOPIC 5F Activities
199
TOPIC 16A Transport properties of a perfect gas
236
TOPIC 16B Motion in liquids
245
FOCUS 16C Diffusion
252
FOCUS 16 Molecules in motion
261
FOCUS 17 Chemical kinetics
267
TOPIC 17A The rates of chemical reactions
269
TOPIC 17B Integrated rate laws
277
TOPIC 17C Reactions approaching equilibrium
283
TOPIC 17D The Arrhenius equation
287
TOPIC 17E Reaction mechanisms
292
TOPIC 17F Examples of reaction mechanisms
299
TOPIC 17G Photochemistry
308
FOCUS 17 Chemical kinetics
315
FOCUS 18 Reaction dynamics
325
TOPIC 18A Collision theory
326
TOPIC 18B Diffusioncontrolled reactions
333
TOPIC 18C Transitionstate theory
338
TOPIC 18D The dynamics of molecular collisions
347
TOPIC 18E Electron transfer in homogeneoussystems
356
FOCUS 18 Reaction dynamics
362
FOCUS 19 Processes at solid surfaces
369
TOPIC 19A An introduction to solid surfaces
370
TOPIC 19B Adsorption and desorption
378
TOPIC 19C Heterogeneous catalysis
387
TOPIC 19D Processes at electrodes
391
FOCUS 19 Processes at solid surfaces
401
RESOURCE SECTION
407
INDEX
437
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Peter Atkins is a Fellow of Lincoln College and former Professor of Chemistry at University of Oxford.

Julio de Paula is Professor of Chemistry at Lewis & Clark College.

James Keeler is Director of Teaching in the Department of Chemistry and the Senior Tutor at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge

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