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Textbook of Physical Chemistry

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Textbook of Physical Chemistry
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Publisher: D. C. Heath & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: 1152052195
Number of pages: 572

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This textbook is intended primarily for the use of classes beginning the subject of Physical Chemistry. The order of topics usually follows the logical development of the subject matter in that the experimental data are first presented with the statement of the laws, then the explanation of the facts by the formulation of the theory.

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