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by The Editors of REA

Quantitative aspects, often involving calculus, are emphasized. Gases, thermodynamics, equilibrium, solutions, colloids, quantum and nuclear topics, kinetics, and electrochemistry are among the many topics covered in this book.
Download Physical Chemistry Problem Solver (Problem Solvers Solution Guides) epub
ISBN: 087891532X
ISBN13: 978-0878915323
Category: Science
Subcategory: Chemistry
Author: The Editors of REA
Language: English
Publisher: Research & Education Association; Revised edition (September 25, 1981)
Pages: 792 pages
ePUB size: 1511 kb
FB2 size: 1271 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 306
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If you are a student of engineering or science and have to take a physical chemistry course or courses, this is the ABSOLUTELY BEST book you can buy to help you understand the subject and to improve your grades. The Problem Solver Series is remarkable. It offers solved problems to use as a guide through difficult subjects and saves much time in study and homework.
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Problem solvers guides are a fantastic supplement to any class - highly recommended. If you can find these older editions, they are even better (over the version with the Sherlock Holmes character on the cover). Item arrived on time as described.
Very old-fashioned. Type-written text AND equations. Hard to follow. Looks as if it hasn't been updated since 1980. I was disappointed.
a must have copy for all students taking up pchem.the book helps me a lot in solving problems in chemistry since i dont like pchem at all.though somewhat old but still very reliable and a good reference on pchem problems.
This book does not cover the types of problems I had in my university physical chemistry class at all, and now I have to pay for return shipping.
Good Book.
This is a must have work in physical chemistry. REA books and Schaum's outlines are the best way to learn a subject in math, science, engineering, or business--the solved problem method is far better than the usual descriptive-text method. I just have a few minor nitpicks: p. 394 confuses lbf and lbm; p. 699 confuses u with amu. Recommended for both students and professionals.