**Introductory Physical Chemistry**

by David Ronis

**Publisher**: McGill University 2011**Number of pages**: 163

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Topics: Probability and Statistics; The Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution; Collision Rates, Diffusion and Viscosity; Collision Theory of the Rate Constant; First Law of Thermodynamics; Thermochemistry; Ideal Gas Carnot Engines and Efficiency; The Second Law of Thermodynamics; The Clausius Inequality and the Mathematical Statement of the Second Law; Entropy and the Third Law; The Chemical Potential; Maxwell Relations; The Free Energy; Eigenvalues and Thermodynamic Stability; Entropy of Mixing; Thermodynamics of Electrochemical Cells.

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