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Chemistry for Engineers

Mira Das,Rashmi Acharya

ISBN 10: 8126536160 / ISBN 13: 9788126536160
Published by Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2012
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The book is as per first year engineering syllabus of Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT), Siksha ?O? Anusandhan University (S?O?A), Odisha and other Indian technical universities. It is written in such a way that each chapter begins with learning objectives and then further focuses on the explanation of concepts with examples for easy comprehension. The presentation is clear, logical and concise with optimum balance of qualitative and quantitative problem set. 1 Quantum Mechanical Approach to Atomic Structure Learning Objectives 1.1 Development of Quantum Mechanics 1.2 Black Body Radiation 1.3 Photoelectric Effect 1.4 Wave and Particle Characteristics of Matter (de Broglie?s Relation) 1.5 Atomic Spectra 1.6 Heisenberg?s Uncertainty Principle 1.7 Schrödinger Wave Equation Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 2. Chemical Bonding Learning Objectives 2.1 Valence Bond Theory 2.2 Molecular Orbital Theory 2.3 Metallic Bond Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Answers 3. Spectroscopy Learning Objectives 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Electromagnetic Radiations 3.3 Laws of Absorption 3.4 Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy 3.5 Infrared Spectroscopy 3.6 Microwave Spectroscopy Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 4. Coordination Chemistry Learning Objectives 4.1 Terms and Terminology in Coordination Chemistry 4.2 Rules for Writing Formula of a Complex Compound 4.3 Nomenclature of Coordination Compounds 4.4 Stability of Complex Ions Factors Affecting the Stability of a Complex Ion 4.5 Theories for Bonding in Coordination Compounds 4.6 Crystal Field Splitting in Octahedral and Tetrahedral Complexes 4.7 Applications of Crystal Field Theory Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Answers 5. Thermodynamics and Chemical Equilibrium Learning Objectives 5.1 Some Important Terms in Thermodynamics 5.2 The First Law of Thermodynamics 5.3 Enthalpy or Heat Content 5.4 Applications of First Law of Thermodynamics 5.5 Thermochemistry 5.6 Joule-Thomson Effect 5.7 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 5.8 Entropy 5.9 Free Energy 5.10 Maxwell Relations 5.11 Chemical Equilibrium Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 6. Phase Equilibria 6.1 Definition of Terms 6.2 Phase Rule 6.3 Clausius-Clapeyron Equation 6.4 One-Component Systems 6.5 Two-Component Systems Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Answers 7. Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Learning Objectives 7.1 Rate of Reaction 7.2 Order and Molecularity 7.3 Integrated Rate Equations and Half-Lives 7.4 Pseudo-Order Reactions 7.5 Temperature Dependence of Rate of Reactions 7.6 Theories of Reaction Rates 7.7 Catalysis Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 8. Electrochemistry 8.1 Electrode Potential 8.2 Cells 8.3 Galvanic Cells 8.4 Electrochemical Conventions and Cell Representations 8.5 Reference Electrodes 8.6 Electrochemical Series 8.7 Nernst Equation 8.8 Applications of EMF Measurement 8.9 Batteries 8.10 Classical Batteries 8.11 Modern Batteries 8.12 Fuel Cells 8.13 Corrosion in Metals and Alloys Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 9. Solid State 9.1 Types of Solids 9.2 Space Lattice and Unit Cell 9.3 Types of Unit Cell 9.4 Cubic Lattice 9.5 Crystal Structure 9.6 Structure of Some Ionic Solids 9.7 Imperfection in Solids Key Terms Objective-Type Questions Review Questions Numerical Problems Answers 10. Polymers 10.1 Some Important Terms and Definitions 10.2 Classification of Polymers 10.3 Types of Polymerization 10.4 Mechanism of Addition Polymerization 10.5 Molecular Weights of Polymers 10.6 Structure-Property Relationship of Polymers Glass Transition Temperature (Tg) 10.7 Plastics 10.8 Some Important Commercial Thermoplastics 10.9 Some Important Printed Pages: 420. Bookseller Inventory # 62171

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Title: Chemistry for Engineers

Publisher: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:New

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The book is as per first year engineering syllabus of biju patnaik university of technology (bput), siksha 'o' anusandhan university (soa), odisha and other indian technical universities. It is written in such a way that each chapter begins with learning objectives and then further focuses on the explanation of concepts with examples for easy comprehension. The presentation is clear, logical and concise with optimum balance of qualitative and quantitative problem set.

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