Physical Chemistry Description:
This popular Physical Chemistry text book is now available in electronic format. We have preserved much of the material of the former hard copy editions, making changes to improve understanding of the concepts in addition to including some of the recent discoveries in physical chemistry. Many chapters have new sections and the coverage of several chapters has been greatly expanded. The chapter on statistical mechanics, 15, has been completely rewritten.
The eBook has also been divided into smaller modules that are appropriate for specific courses in Physical Chemistry. These modules are available at even greater savings.
Electrolytes and Electrochemistry
Quantum, Bonding and Spectroscopy
Solids, Liquids and Transport Properties
FREE Solutions Manuals
These contain the solutions to all the problems as worked out by students themselves. This peer learning model is a valuable asset for students. Check for up-dates. Rather than a CD at the end of a book, or having to go to a publisher's web site, all the multimedia is integrated into the eBook and opens on the relevant pages to allow the student to visualize many of the concepts. The user can listen to clear explanations and interact with the multimedia. These, along with the eBook, allow the student to grasp the more difficult concepts: giving him/her a well rounded way to learn and meet the modern needs of students who read and intereact with computers better than with hard copy text books.
The ebook covers all the traditional and modern topics in Physical Chemistry in undergraduate physical science programs.
We encourage sales to Universities, Institutions and Home Groups by providing Volume Discounts (found above in step 2). These provide even greater savings over our already low prices, compared to hard copy textbooks.
System Requirements: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Operating System Support: WinXP, WinVista, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win2000
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