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Selected Problems in Physical Chemistry

Strategies and Interpretations

Ilich, Predrag-Peter

2010, X, 210p.

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From the reviews:

“The book is very well conceived and is written in a quite appealing conversational prose; it should be a primer for all chemistry students. … Ilich uses what he calls ‘little big tricks’ to remove roadblocks to the solution of each problem utilizing basic mathematics that all college science students understand. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower- and upper-division undergraduate chemistry students.” (K. Bennett, Choice, Vol. 48 (9), May, 2011)

“This book starts from the premise that existing physical chemistry textbooks have a limited readership due to being written for those students who have ‘an interest in and aptitude for mathematics’. The author seeks to redress this balance by providing detailed solutions to a number of problems which go rather beyond providing just a mathematical solution. … this book is a useful addition to the repertoire of tools available to those who are both studying and teaching physical chemistry.” (Paul Yates, Education in Chemistry, March, 2011)

“For my students, this is a potentially very valuable guide; for me, it is a quite nice collection of 50 problems of easy-to-medium difficulty that could be used in most physical chemistry courses. … The exercises are related to real-world situations or to phenomena most often treated in other branches of the chemistry curriculum. Detailed solutions are provided for each problem in an avuncular, conversational style. … I find much to like in this book.” (Hal H. Harris, Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 88, 2011)



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