1. Molecular engineering thermodynamics [2014]
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 xxiii, 480 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
 1. Introduction 2. The postulates of thermodynamics 3. Generalized thermodynamic potentials 4. First applications of thermodynamics 5. Application to process design: flow systems 6. Statistical mechanics 7. Molecular interactions 8. Fugacity and vaporliquid equilibrium 9. Activity, vaporliquid, and liquidliquid equilibrium 10. Reaction equilibrium 11. Thermodynamics of polymers 12. Thermodynamics of surfaces Appendix A. Mathematical background Appendix B. Fluid equations of state Appendix C. Microscopic balances for open systems Bibliography Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521765626 20160617
 1. Introduction 2. The postulates of thermodynamics 3. Generalized thermodynamic potentials 4. First applications of thermodynamics 5. Application to process design: flow systems 6. Statistical mechanics 7. Molecular interactions 8. Fugacity and vaporliquid equilibrium 9. Activity, vaporliquid, and liquidliquid equilibrium 10. Reaction equilibrium 11. Thermodynamics of polymers 12. Thermodynamics of surfaces Appendix A. Mathematical background Appendix B. Fluid equations of state Appendix C. Microscopic balances for open systems Bibliography Index.
 (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521765626 20160617
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521765626 20160617
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CHEMENG34001
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 CHEMENG34001  Molecular Thermodynamics
 Instructor(s)
 Qin, Jian
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 xiii, 274 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Thermodynamics, fundamentals conditions for equilibrium and stability statistical mechanics noninteracting (ideal) systems statistical mechanical theory of phase transitions Monte Carlo method in statistical mechanics classical fluids statistical mechanics of nonequilibrium systems.
 (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195042764 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195042764 20160528
This text developed from materials the author has used in a onesemester course on elementary statistical mechanics. It assumes readers have had courses in calculus and physical chemistry. Its purpose is not only to give students a deeper understanding of thermodynamics and the principles of equilibrium statistical mechanics, but also to introduce them to the modern topics of Monte Carlo sampling, renormalization group theory, and the fluctuationdissipation theorem. By frequent use of simplified models, the author has kept the mathematics in the text relatively simple while presenting many of the sophisticated ideas in the field. His approach is to deal first with macroscopic thermodynamics, then with microscopic statistical principles. The Second Law of Thermodynamics appears as the direct consequence of the statistical assumption that microscopic equilibrium is the state of greatest randomness. The different ensembles and the role of fluctuations are treated before noninteracting ideal systems and phase transformations are discussed. The treatment of phase transitions relies on the Ising model, which is also used to explain the Monte Carlo method.The last two chapters deal with equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical fluids and with dynamics, that is, relaxation an molecular motion in macroscopic systems which are at or close to equilibrium. This is a forwardlooking text suitable for use by advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate students of chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195042771 20160528
 Thermodynamics, fundamentals conditions for equilibrium and stability statistical mechanics noninteracting (ideal) systems statistical mechanical theory of phase transitions Monte Carlo method in statistical mechanics classical fluids statistical mechanics of nonequilibrium systems.
 (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195042764 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195042764 20160528
This text developed from materials the author has used in a onesemester course on elementary statistical mechanics. It assumes readers have had courses in calculus and physical chemistry. Its purpose is not only to give students a deeper understanding of thermodynamics and the principles of equilibrium statistical mechanics, but also to introduce them to the modern topics of Monte Carlo sampling, renormalization group theory, and the fluctuationdissipation theorem. By frequent use of simplified models, the author has kept the mathematics in the text relatively simple while presenting many of the sophisticated ideas in the field. His approach is to deal first with macroscopic thermodynamics, then with microscopic statistical principles. The Second Law of Thermodynamics appears as the direct consequence of the statistical assumption that microscopic equilibrium is the state of greatest randomness. The different ensembles and the role of fluctuations are treated before noninteracting ideal systems and phase transformations are discussed. The treatment of phase transitions relies on the Ising model, which is also used to explain the Monte Carlo method.The last two chapters deal with equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical fluids and with dynamics, that is, relaxation an molecular motion in macroscopic systems which are at or close to equilibrium. This is a forwardlooking text suitable for use by advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate students of chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
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CHEMENG34001
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 CHEMENG34001  Molecular Thermodynamics
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 Qin, Jian