Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics for Engineers
Authors: S. Kjelstrup, D. Bedeaux, E. Johannessen and J. Gross
Publisher: World Scientific Press
The authors describe non-equilibrium thermodynamics and examine how it benefits engineering fields. Clarifying how to describe proper equations of transport, they also look at how these sums can be utilised to understand the waste of energy resources in central unit processes used in the industry.
Physical Chemistry in Depth
Author: Johannes Karl Fink
Designed as a complement to standard textbooks on physical chemistry, this guide covers common topics including thermodynamics, kinetics and structure of matter. It also includes further coverage on topics including general scaling laws, the graph-like structure of matter and cross connections between the individual disciplines of physical chemistry.
Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, International Edition
Author: John E. McMurry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
The seventh edition of McMurry's text incorporates new content to demonstrate to readers the relevance of the subject in everyday life. Featuring redrawn chemical structures and artwork, the text also includes a greater emphasis on biologically related chemistry to help readers comprehend the reactions occurring within living organisms.
Basic Elements of Crystallography
Authors: Nevill Gonzalez Szwacki and Teresa Szwacka
Publisher: Pan Stanford
Intended as an introduction to the field of crystallography, this text features extensive coverage of topics including the 14 Bravais lattices and their reciprocals, basic concepts of point group symmetry, and the crystal structure of elements and binary compounds. Its chapters are accompanied by exercises designed to encourage readers to explore the crystal structures being discussed.
Selected Problems in Physical Chemistry: Strategies and Interpretations
Author: Predrag-Peter Ilich
This collection features 50 original problems, each accompanied by detailed step-by-step solutions that are segmented into the areas of strategy, assumptions, approximations, numerical calculation and interpretation. The author also provides informal notes for more problematic concepts.