Fundamental Chemical Kinetics: An Explanatory Introduction to the Concepts (Hardback)M. R. Wright (author)
Hardback 310 Pages / Published: 01/06/1999
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The unusual approach of this text gives final honours and post-graduate students a clear and explanatory account of one of the "harder" areas of physical chemistry. The author takes care to provide detailed verbal clarification of the concepts and their importance together with full explanations of the mathematical developments. Her explanations are an essential and vital feature of the text, which is scholarly, lucid and well-written with a combination of depth of coverage and clarity which helps students to work through on their own.
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Number of pages: 310
Weight: 450 g
Dimensions: 247 x 174 x 19 mm
As I read the book I got the feeling that the author was looking over my shoulder making certain that I understood the concepts. In an excellent job, theories are clearly explained and chapters end with discussion on strengths and weaknesses of each topic in a natural flow of ideas. Results of each theory are compared to experimental data, & straightforward mathematical derivations., Chemical Education Today The exposition is logical, thorough and reader-friendly. Diagrams feature abundantly, necessary mathematics are kept to a minimum, both supplemented by detailed explanations. I recommend this book for final year undergraduates and research workers in gas kinetics.'', Education in Chemistry
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