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by Irwin M. Klotz and Robert M. Rosenberg

Edition: 6TH 00Copyright: 2000

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 2000

International: No

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Now in a sixth edition, *Chemical Thermodynamics: Basic Theory and Methods *focuses on classical thermodynamics, which deals with measurable properties of matter in bulk such as pressure, temperature, volume, and heat capacity. Featuring numerous practical applications this acclaimed book presents all the logical foundations and interrelationships of the theory and shows how the theory can be applied to practical problems.

**Klotz, Irving M. : Northwestern University**

Irving M. Klotz, PhD, is Morrison Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

**Rosenberg, Robert M. : Northwestern University**

Robert M. Rosenberg, PhD, is currently a visiting professor of chemistry at Northwestern University.

Mathematical Preparation for Thermodynamics.

The First Law of Thermodynamics.

Enthalpy, Enthalpy of Reaction, and Heat Capacity.

Application of the First Law to Gases.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics.

Equilibrium and Spontaneity for Systems at Constant Temperature: The Gibbs, Helmholtz, Planck, and Massieu Functions.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Some Phase Changes.

The Third Law of Thermodynamics.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Chemical Changes.

Thermodynamics of Systems of Variable Composition.

Mixtures of Gases.

The Phase Rule.

The Ideal Solution.

Dilute Solutions of Nonelectrolyte.

Activities, Excess Gibbs Function, and Standard States for Nonelectrolytes.

Determination of Nonelectrolyte Activities and Excess Gibbs Function from Experimental Data.

Calculation of Partial Molar Quantities and Excess Molar Quantities from Experimental Data: Volume and Enthalpy.

Activity, Activity Coefficients, and Osmotic Coefficients of Strong Electrolytes.

Changes in Gibbs Function for Processes Involving Solutions.

Systems Subject to a Gravitational Field.

Estimation of Thermodynamic Quantities.

Practical Mathematical Techniques.

Concluding Remarks.

Index.

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Now in a sixth edition, *Chemical Thermodynamics: Basic Theory and Methods *focuses on classical thermodynamics, which deals with measurable properties of matter in bulk such as pressure, temperature, volume, and heat capacity. Featuring numerous practical applications this acclaimed book presents all the logical foundations and interrelationships of the theory and shows how the theory can be applied to practical problems.

Author Bio

**Klotz, Irving M. : Northwestern University**

Irving M. Klotz, PhD, is Morrison Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

**Rosenberg, Robert M. : Northwestern University**

Robert M. Rosenberg, PhD, is currently a visiting professor of chemistry at Northwestern University.

Table of Contents

Mathematical Preparation for Thermodynamics.

The First Law of Thermodynamics.

Enthalpy, Enthalpy of Reaction, and Heat Capacity.

Application of the First Law to Gases.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics.

Equilibrium and Spontaneity for Systems at Constant Temperature: The Gibbs, Helmholtz, Planck, and Massieu Functions.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Some Phase Changes.

The Third Law of Thermodynamics.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Chemical Changes.

Thermodynamics of Systems of Variable Composition.

Mixtures of Gases.

The Phase Rule.

The Ideal Solution.

Dilute Solutions of Nonelectrolyte.

Activities, Excess Gibbs Function, and Standard States for Nonelectrolytes.

Determination of Nonelectrolyte Activities and Excess Gibbs Function from Experimental Data.

Calculation of Partial Molar Quantities and Excess Molar Quantities from Experimental Data: Volume and Enthalpy.

Activity, Activity Coefficients, and Osmotic Coefficients of Strong Electrolytes.

Changes in Gibbs Function for Processes Involving Solutions.

Systems Subject to a Gravitational Field.

Estimation of Thermodynamic Quantities.

Practical Mathematical Techniques.

Concluding Remarks.

Index.

Publisher Info

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 2000

International: No

Published: 2000

International: No

*Chemical Thermodynamics: Basic Theory and Methods *focuses on classical thermodynamics, which deals with measurable properties of matter in bulk such as pressure, temperature, volume, and heat capacity. Featuring numerous practical applications this acclaimed book presents all the logical foundations and interrelationships of the theory and shows how the theory can be applied to practical problems.

**Klotz, Irving M. : Northwestern University**

Irving M. Klotz, PhD, is Morrison Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

**Rosenberg, Robert M. : Northwestern University**

Robert M. Rosenberg, PhD, is currently a visiting professor of chemistry at Northwestern University.

Mathematical Preparation for Thermodynamics.

The First Law of Thermodynamics.

Enthalpy, Enthalpy of Reaction, and Heat Capacity.

Application of the First Law to Gases.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics.

Equilibrium and Spontaneity for Systems at Constant Temperature: The Gibbs, Helmholtz, Planck, and Massieu Functions.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Some Phase Changes.

The Third Law of Thermodynamics.

Application of the Gibbs Function and the Planck Function to Chemical Changes.

Thermodynamics of Systems of Variable Composition.

Mixtures of Gases.

The Phase Rule.

The Ideal Solution.

Dilute Solutions of Nonelectrolyte.

Activities, Excess Gibbs Function, and Standard States for Nonelectrolytes.

Determination of Nonelectrolyte Activities and Excess Gibbs Function from Experimental Data.

Calculation of Partial Molar Quantities and Excess Molar Quantities from Experimental Data: Volume and Enthalpy.

Activity, Activity Coefficients, and Osmotic Coefficients of Strong Electrolytes.

Changes in Gibbs Function for Processes Involving Solutions.

Systems Subject to a Gravitational Field.

Estimation of Thermodynamic Quantities.

Practical Mathematical Techniques.

Concluding Remarks.

Index.