Theory of Molecular Fluids: Volume 2: Applications - International Series of Monographs on Chemistry 10 (Hardback)
  • Theory of Molecular Fluids: Volume 2: Applications - International Series of Monographs on Chemistry 10 (Hardback)
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Theory of Molecular Fluids: Volume 2: Applications - International Series of Monographs on Chemistry 10 (Hardback)

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Existing texts on the statistical mechanics of liquids treat only spherical molecules. However, nearly all fluids of practical interest are composed of non-spherical molecules that are often dipolar or exhibit other kinds of electrostatic forces. This book describes the statistical mechanical theory of fluids of non-spherical molecules and its application to the calculation of physical properties, and is a sequel to Theory of Molecular Fluids. Volume 1: Fundamentals by C.G. Gray and K.E. Gubbins. The emphasis is on the new phenomena that arise due to the non-spherical nature of the intermolecular forces, such as new phase transitions, structural features and dielectric effects. It contains chapters on the thermodynamic properties of pure and mixed fluids, surface properties, X-ray and neutron diffraction structure factors, dielectric properties and spectroscopic properties. The book is aimed at beginning graduate students and research workers in chemistry, physics, materials science and engineering.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198556213
Number of pages: 784
Weight: 1465 g
Dimensions: 240 x 168 x 41 mm

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