Atkins & de Paula: Physical Chemistry 10e
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Chapter 1: The properties of gases

Chapter 2: The First Law
 The work of isothermal reversible expansion of gases
 Temperature changes during the adiabatic expansion of gases
 Pressure changes during the adiabatic expansion of gases

Chapter 3: The Second and Third Laws
 Entropy changes accompanying the isothermal expansion of gases
 Change in entropy with temperature
 The entropy from the heat capacity
 The variation of Gibbs energy with pressure
 The fugacity of gases

Chapter 5: Simple mixtures
 The partial molar volume
 The thermodynamics of mixing
 Solubility
 Osmometry for the determination of molar mass
 The vapour pressure of an ideal solution
 The thermodynamics of mixing of regular solutions
 DebyeHückel theory of ionic solutions

Chapter 6: Chemical equilibrium
 The variation of equilibrium composition with pressure
 The temperature dependence of equilibria
 The Nernst equation

Chapter 7: Introduction to quantum theory
 The Planck distribution
 The heat capacities of solids
 The photoelectric effect
 Superposition of wavefunctions

Chapter 8: The quantum theory of motion
 Particle in a onedimensional box
 Particle in a twodimensional box
 Quantum mechanical tunnelling
 The harmonic oscillator
 The particle on a sphere

Chapter 9: Atomic structure and specta
 The effective potential for an electron in a hydrogenic atom
 Radial wavefunctions of hydrogenic atoms
 The ionization energy of an atom

Chapter 12: Rotational and vibrational spectra
 Fourier transform techniques in vibrational spectroscopy
 Doppler broadening of spectral lines
 Rotational energy levels of molecules
 Vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecules

Chapter 14: Magnetic resonance

Chapter 15: Statistical thermodynamics
 Partition functions of model systems
 Energies of model systems
 Entropies of model systems
 The molecular partition function
 Mean energies
 Heat capacities

Chapter 16: Molecular interactions

Chapter 17: Macromolecules and selfassembly

Chapter 18: Solids

Chapter 19: Molecules in motion

Chapter 20: Chemical kinetics
 Firstorder reactions
 Secondorder reactions
 The approach to equilibrium
 The Arrhenius equation
 Determination of reaction order from initial rates
 Consecutive firstorder reactions
 Stepwise polymerization
 Enzyme kinetics
 The SternVolmer equation

Chapter 21: Reaction dynamics

Chapter 22: Processes on solid surfaces