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Properties of Chemically Interesting Potential Energy Surfaces (Lecture Notes in Chemistry 56) - Heidrich, Dietmar, Kliesch, Wolfgang, Quapp, Wolfgang
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Paperback. New. Water dominates the surface of Earth and is vital to life on our planet. It is a remarkable liquid which shows anomalous behaviour. In this Very Short Introduction John Finney introduces the science of water, and explores how the structure of water molecules gives rise to its physical and chemical properties. Considering water in all three of its states as ice and steam as well as liquid, Finney explains the great importance of an understanding of its structure and behaviour to a range of fields including chemistry, astrophysics, and earth and environmental sciences. Finney describes the role of water in biology, and ends with a discussion of the outstanding controversies concerning water, and some of the 'magical' properties which have been claimed for it. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable., Springer. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside., Springer, Daya Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. New. Analysis of human consumable fruits become necessary to the students and researchers of fruit science, horticulture, food technology, plant biochemistry, botany, applied botany, forestry, ayurved, pharmaceutics and some other disciplines. Necessity of such analysis is also felt in fruit preservation factories or training centres and to the agricultural marketing personnels in making grading of fruits. It needs pointing out in this context that to assess the quality and nutritive status or compositional features of a fruit, not only the chemical constituents but many physical components of it also become necessary to be determined.;There are in fact, a number of books available which have presented the analytical procedure of plant materials and some of these have considered fruit analysis also as a part. These titles have though presented much details and put up several procedure for a component, methodology to assess physical components of fruits has hardly received adequate attention. Therefore, a practical manual on fruit analysis that would exclusively deal on procedural detail of both physical and chemical components of fruits cannot be set at defiance, especially as a number of characteristic features, specific to any species or variety of a fruit sometimes need to be critically considered in a fruit analytical procedure.;Keeping the above facts in view, the present title has been attempted. Many of the physical methods of analysis have in fact, been devised by the principal author in his teaching and research career over three decades. The title has before entering into chemical analytical part discussed some fundamental aspects of such analysis and the procedure appeared to be much convenient in estimating a component chemically has been presented.;Contents;Preface, General Precautions to Work in the Laboratory & Field, Chapter 1 Collection of Fruit Samples; Selection of Fruits, Methods of Plucking, Sorting, Surface Cleaning, Bringing to Analytical Laboratory, Chapter 2: Making Representative Sample of Intact Fruits, Chapter 3: Determination of Constituents by Physical Methods; Weight, Volume, Specific Gravity, Overall Length, Maximum Width, Shape, Firmness, Peel Colour, Peel Smoothness, Peel Wax, Peel Thickness, Peel Oil-gland, Colour of Edible Parts, Pulp Firmness, Central Cavity, Edible Matter Content, Juice Content, Flavour, Seed Content, Acceptance to Consumers, Chapter 4: Making Representative Sample of Fruit Tissue for Chemical Analysis; Chapter 5: Preparatory Aspects for Chemical Analysis; Solution, Indicator, Buffer Solution, Drying of Analytical Sample, Ashing of Analytical Sample, Removal of Pigments, Chapter 6: Determination of Chemical Constituents; Carbohydrate, Reducing Sugar, Total Sugar, Non-reducing Sugar, Starch, Total Pectic Substances, Crude Fibre, Total Soluble Solids (with a refractometer), Total Titratable Acidity, Vitamin C, Total Free-Amino Acids, Separation and Detection of Free-Amino Acds (by thin layer chromatography), Protein, Lipid (Ether-extractive), Phenolic Compounds, Tannin, Nitrogen (Micro-Kjeldahl Method), Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Chlorophyll, Total Anthocyanin, Ethylene Evolution, Carbon Dioxide Evolution, Chapter 7: Determination of Activity of Enzymes; Assay of Enzyme Activity, a-Amylase, b-Amylase, Pectin Methyl Esterase, Polygalacturonase, Cellulase, Invertase, b-Galactosidase, Protease, Lipase, Ascorbic Acid Oxidase, Polyphenol Oxidase, Peroxidase, Appendices: Appendix I: Botanical Names of Fruits Referred to in the Text, Appendix II: Conversion Factors, Appendix III: Proximate Principles of Some Fruits, Bibliography, Subject Index.; Printed Pages: 196., Daya Publishing House, 2003, Daya Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. New. Analysis of human consumable fruits become necessary to the students and researchers of fruit science, horticulture, food technology, plant biochemistry, botany, applied botany, forestry, ayurved, pharmaceutics and some other disciplines. Necessity of such analysis is also felt in fruit preservation factories or training centres and to the agricultural marketing personnels in making grading of fruits. It needs pointing out in this context that to assess the quality and nutritive status or compositional features of a fruit, not only the chemical constituents but many physical components of it also become necessary to be determined.;There are in fact, a number of books available which have presented the analytical procedure of plant materials and some of these have considered fruit analysis also as a part. These titles have though presented much details and put up several procedure for a component, methodology to assess physical components of fruits has hardly received adequate attention. Therefore, a practical manual on fruit analysis that would exclusively deal on procedural detail of both physical and chemical components of fruits cannot be set at defiance, especially as a number of characteristic features, specific to any species or variety of a fruit sometimes need to be critically considered in a fruit analytical procedure.;Keeping the above facts in view, the present title has been attempted. Many of the physical methods of analysis have in fact, been devised by the principal author in his teaching and research career over three decades. The title has before entering into chemical analytical part discussed some fundamental aspects of such analysis and the procedure appeared to be much convenient in estimating a component chemically has been presented.;Contents;Preface, General Precautions to Work in the Laboratory & Field, Chapter 1 Collection of Fruit Samples; Selection of Fruits, Methods of Plucking, Sorting, Surface Cleaning, Bringing to Analytical Laboratory, Chapter 2: Making Representative Sample of Intact Fruits, Chapter 3: Determination of Constituents by Physical Methods; Weight, Volume, Specific Gravity, Overall Length, Maximum Width, Shape, Firmness, Peel Colour, Peel Smoothness, Peel Wax, Peel Thickness, Peel Oil-gland, Colour of Edible Parts, Pulp Firmness, Central Cavity, Edible Matter Content, Juice Content, Flavour, Seed Content, Acceptance to Consumers, Chapter 4: Making Representative Sample of Fruit Tissue for Chemical Analysis; Chapter 5: Preparatory Aspects for Chemical Analysis; Solution, Indicator, Buffer Solution, Drying of Analytical Sample, Ashing of Analytical Sample, Removal of Pigments, Chapter 6: Determination of Chemical Constituents; Carbohydrate, Reducing Sugar, Total Sugar, Non-reducing Sugar, Starch, Total Pectic Substances, Crude Fibre, Total Soluble Solids (with a refractometer), Total Titratable Acidity, Vitamin C, Total Free-Amino Acids, Separation and Detection of Free-Amino Acds (by thin layer chromatography), Protein, Lipid (Ether-extractive), Phenolic Compounds, Tannin, Nitrogen (Micro-Kjeldahl Method), Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Chlorophyll, Total Anthocyanin, Ethylene Evolution, Carbon Dioxide Evolution, Chapter 7: Determination of Activity of Enzymes; Assay of Enzyme Activity, a-Amylase, b-Amylase, Pectin Methyl Esterase, Polygalacturonase, Cellulase, Invertase, b-Galactosidase, Protease, Lipase, Ascorbic Acid Oxidase, Polyphenol Oxidase, Peroxidase, Appendices: Appendix I: Botanical Names of Fruits Referred to in the Text, Appendix II: Conversion Factors, Appendix III: Proximate Principles of Some Fruits, Bibliography, Subject Index.; Printed Pages: 196., Daya Publishing House, 2003, Cengage Learning India, 2014. First edition. Softcover. New. Includes 37 years` questions (1978-2014) asked in the IIT entrance examinations Brings students face to face with the pattern and difficulty level of the questions Provides solutions to all the questions Serves as a vast question bank Section A: Physical Chemistry 1. Mole Concept and Stoichiometry 2. Structure of Atom 3. Gaseous State 4. Solid State 5. Chemical Equilibrium 6. Ionic Equilibrium 7. Solutions 8. Chemical Kinetics 9. Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry 10. Thermodynamics 11. Surface Chemistry 12. Nuclear Chemistry Section B: Inorganic Chemistry 13. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 14. Chemical Bonding 15. Principles of Metallurgy 16. s-Block Elements 17. p-Block Elements 18. d- and f- Block Elements 19. Coordination Chemistry 20. Qualitative Salt Analysis Section C: Organic Chemistry 21. General Organic Chemistry and Isomerism 22. Aliphatic Hydrocarbons 23. Aromatic Hydrocarbons 24. Halogen Derivatives, Alcohols, and Ethers 25. Aldehydes and Ketones 26. Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives 27. Nitrogen Containing Organic Compounds 28. Polymers and Biomolecules Printed Pages: 430., Cengage Learning India, 2014, Cengage Learning India, 2014. First edition. Softcover. New. Includes 37 years` questions (1978-2014) asked in the IIT entrance examinations Brings students face to face with the pattern and difficulty level of the questions Provides solutions to all the questions Serves as a vast question bank Section A: Physical Chemistry 1. Mole Concept and Stoichiometry 2. Structure of Atom 3. Gaseous State 4. Solid State 5. Chemical Equilibrium 6. Ionic Equilibrium 7. Solutions 8. Chemical Kinetics 9. Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry 10. Thermodynamics 11. Surface Chemistry 12. Nuclear Chemistry Section B: Inorganic Chemistry 13. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 14. Chemical Bonding 15. Principles of Metallurgy 16. s-Block Elements 17. p-Block Elements 18. d- and f- Block Elements 19. Coordination Chemistry 20. Qualitative Salt Analysis Section C: Organic Chemistry 21. General Organic Chemistry and Isomerism 22. Aliphatic Hydrocarbons 23. Aromatic Hydrocarbons 24. Halogen Derivatives, Alcohols, and Ethers 25. Aldehydes and Ketones 26. Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives 27. Nitrogen Containing Organic Compounds 28. Polymers and Biomolecules Printed Pages: 430., Cengage Learning India, 2014, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. This book examines essential concepts in Solid-State Physics. The accompanying DVD, containing 40 lectures of approximately an hour each, provides the student with the classroom experience. Animations are also included in the DVD to enable a more visual experience to understand the discussed concepts. Significant effort has been put in to present the material at the right level of detail such that it can be accessed and utilized by undergraduate and postgraduate students with a wide range of backgrounds. A conscious effort has been made to ensure that the level of detail used in the presentation enables students to stay with the content throughout. Preface Chapter 1 Introduction – Use and Study of Materials 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Materials and the Engineer 1.3 Materials and a Scientist 1.4 Modeling a Material 1.5 Approach Used in This Book Chapter 2 Properties of Materials 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Mechanical Properties 2.3 Chemical Properties 2.4 Electrical Properties 2.5 Thermal Properties 2.6 Magnetic Properties 2.7 Optical Properties 2.8 Understanding Material Properties Chapter 3 Thermal Expansion 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Use of Thermal Expansion / Contraction 3.3 Model for Thermal Expansion Chapter 4 Electrical Conductivity 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Charge Carriers 4.3 Direct Current Conductivity Measurement 4.4 Alternating Current Conductivity Measurement 4.5 Short Note on Superconductivity Chapter 5 Free Electron Gas and The Ideal Gas 5.1 Introduction 5.2 The Free Electron Gas 5.3 Packing Fraction in Solids 5.4 Reasons for Caution with the Free Electron Model 5.5 The Kinetic Theory of Gases Chapter 6 The Drude Model 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Electrical Conductivity 6.3 Thermal Conductivity 6.4 The Wiedemann–Franz Law 6.5 Shortcomings of the Drude Model Chapter 7 Large Systems, Statistical Mechanics and The Maxwell–Boltzmann Statistics 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Systems with Large Collections of Particles 7.3 Statistical Mechanics 7.4 The Maxwell–Boltzmann Statistics Chapter 8 A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics; Its Use in the Drude–Sommerfeld Model 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Classical Particles and Quantum Mechanical Particles 8.3 A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics 8.4 The Drude–Sommerfeld Model Chapter 9 Fermi–Dirac Statistics 9.1 Introduction 9.2 The Fermi–Dirac Statistics 9.3 Features of the Fermi–Dirac Distribution 9.4 Comparing Maxwell–Boltzmann and Fermi–Dirac Distributions Chapter 10 Anisotropy, Periodic Potential, Confinement and Quantization 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Anisotropy in Crystalline Solids 10.3 Periodic Potential in a Crystalline Solid 10.4 Confinement and Quantization – Waves on a String Analogy 10.5 Confinement and Quantization – Quantum Mechanical Approach Chapter 11 Density of States, Fermi Energy and The Electronic Contribution to Specific Heat at Constant Volume 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Density of States 11.3 Aspects Associated with Electrons Filling Energy Levels 11.4 Fermi Energy 11.5 Fermi Surface 11.6 Fermi Temperature 11.7 Estimating the Electronic Contribution to Specific Heat at Constant Volume 11.8 Further Improving the Model of the Solid Chapter 12 The Reciprocal Space 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Defining Reciprocal Space 12.3 Properties of Reciprocal Space 12.4 Diffraction in Reciprocal Space 12.5 The Ewald Sphere 12.6 Crystal Lattices in Reciprocal Space 12.7 Reciprocal Lattice as the Fourier Transform of the Real Lattice 12.8 Another Way to Define or Describe Reciprocal Space Chapter 13 Wigner–Seitz Cell, Brillouin Zones and The Origin of Bands 13.1 Introduction 13.2 The Wigner–Seitz Cell 13.3 The Brillouin Zone 13.4 Significance of Bragg Planes 13.5 Interaction of Electron Waves with Brillouin Zones 13.6 The Origin of Bands Chapter 14 Bands, Band Gaps, Free Electron Approximation and Tight Binding Approximation 14 Printed Pages: 268., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. This book examines essential concepts in Solid-State Physics. The accompanying DVD, containing 40 lectures of approximately an hour each, provides the student with the classroom experience. Animations are also included in the DVD to enable a more visual experience to understand the discussed concepts. Significant effort has been put in to present the material at the right level of detail such that it can be accessed and utilized by undergraduate and postgraduate students with a wide range of backgrounds. A conscious effort has been made to ensure that the level of detail used in the presentation enables students to stay with the content throughout. Preface Chapter 1 Introduction – Use and Study of Materials 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Materials and the Engineer 1.3 Materials and a Scientist 1.4 Modeling a Material 1.5 Approach Used in This Book Chapter 2 Properties of Materials 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Mechanical Properties 2.3 Chemical Properties 2.4 Electrical Properties 2.5 Thermal Properties 2.6 Magnetic Properties 2.7 Optical Properties 2.8 Understanding Material Properties Chapter 3 Thermal Expansion 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Use of Thermal Expansion / Contraction 3.3 Model for Thermal Expansion Chapter 4 Electrical Conductivity 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Charge Carriers 4.3 Direct Current Conductivity Measurement 4.4 Alternating Current Conductivity Measurement 4.5 Short Note on Superconductivity Chapter 5 Free Electron Gas and The Ideal Gas 5.1 Introduction 5.2 The Free Electron Gas 5.3 Packing Fraction in Solids 5.4 Reasons for Caution with the Free Electron Model 5.5 The Kinetic Theory of Gases Chapter 6 The Drude Model 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Electrical Conductivity 6.3 Thermal Conductivity 6.4 The Wiedemann–Franz Law 6.5 Shortcomings of the Drude Model Chapter 7 Large Systems, Statistical Mechanics and The Maxwell–Boltzmann Statistics 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Systems with Large Collections of Particles 7.3 Statistical Mechanics 7.4 The Maxwell–Boltzmann Statistics Chapter 8 A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics; Its Use in the Drude–Sommerfeld Model 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Classical Particles and Quantum Mechanical Particles 8.3 A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics 8.4 The Drude–Sommerfeld Model Chapter 9 Fermi–Dirac Statistics 9.1 Introduction 9.2 The Fermi–Dirac Statistics 9.3 Features of the Fermi–Dirac Distribution 9.4 Comparing Maxwell–Boltzmann and Fermi–Dirac Distributions Chapter 10 Anisotropy, Periodic Potential, Confinement and Quantization 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Anisotropy in Crystalline Solids 10.3 Periodic Potential in a Crystalline Solid 10.4 Confinement and Quantization – Waves on a String Analogy 10.5 Confinement and Quantization – Quantum Mechanical Approach Chapter 11 Density of States, Fermi Energy and The Electronic Contribution to Specific Heat at Constant Volume 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Density of States 11.3 Aspects Associated with Electrons Filling Energy Levels 11.4 Fermi Energy 11.5 Fermi Surface 11.6 Fermi Temperature 11.7 Estimating the Electronic Contribution to Specific Heat at Constant Volume 11.8 Further Improving the Model of the Solid Chapter 12 The Reciprocal Space 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Defining Reciprocal Space 12.3 Properties of Reciprocal Space 12.4 Diffraction in Reciprocal Space 12.5 The Ewald Sphere 12.6 Crystal Lattices in Reciprocal Space 12.7 Reciprocal Lattice as the Fourier Transform of the Real Lattice 12.8 Another Way to Define or Describe Reciprocal Space Chapter 13 Wigner–Seitz Cell, Brillouin Zones and The Origin of Bands 13.1 Introduction 13.2 The Wigner–Seitz Cell 13.3 The Brillouin Zone 13.4 Significance of Bragg Planes 13.5 Interaction of Electron Waves with Brillouin Zones 13.6 The Origin of Bands Chapter 14 Bands, Band Gaps, Free Electron Approximation and Tight Binding Approximation 14 Printed Pages: 268., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015, Cengage Learning India, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. Comprises 14 years` JEE Main and 37 years` JEE Advanced questions segregated chapterwise Contains 3000 problems in total, value-added with detailed solutions in each chapter Offers 10 mock tests, 5 each for JEE Main and Advanced, to assess learning and preparation Proposes chapterwise sequence in accordance with Class XI and XII syllabusSection A: JEE Main Mock Tests 1-5 Section B: JEE Advanced Mock Tests 1-5 Section C: Chapterwise Solutions of JEE Main 2002-2015 + JEE Advanced 1979-2015 Class XI Physical Chemistry 1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 2. Atomic Structure 3. States of Matter 4. Chemical Thermodynamics 5. Chemical Equilibrium 6. Ionic Equilibrium 7. Redox Reactions Inorganic Chemistry 8. Classification of Elements and Periodicity of Properties 9. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 10. Hydrogen 11. s-Block Elements 12. p-Block Elements (Groups 13 and 14) Organic Chemistry 13. Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 14. Isomerism in Organic Compounds 15. Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds 16. Hydrocarbons 17. Environmental Chemistry Class XII Physical Chemistry 18. Solid State 19. Solutions 20. Electrochemistry 21. Chemical Kinetics 22. Nuclear Chemistry 23. Surface Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry 24. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements 25. p-Block Elements (Groups 15 - 18) 26. The d- and f-Block Elements 27. Coordination Compounds Organic Chemistry 28. Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 29. Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers 30. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids 31. Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 32. Polymers 33. Biomolecules 34. Chemistry in Everyday Life 35. Principles Related to Practical Chemistry Printed Pages: 522., Cengage Learning India, 2015, Cengage Learning India, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. Comprises 14 years` JEE Main and 37 years` JEE Advanced questions segregated chapterwise Contains 3000 problems in total, value-added with detailed solutions in each chapter Offers 10 mock tests, 5 each for JEE Main and Advanced, to assess learning and preparation Proposes chapterwise sequence in accordance with Class XI and XII syllabusSection A: JEE Main Mock Tests 1-5 Section B: JEE Advanced Mock Tests 1-5 Section C: Chapterwise Solutions of JEE Main 2002-2015 + JEE Advanced 1979-2015 Class XI Physical Chemistry 1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 2. Atomic Structure 3. States of Matter 4. Chemical Thermodynamics 5. Chemical Equilibrium 6. Ionic Equilibrium 7. Redox Reactions Inorganic Chemistry 8. Classification of Elements and Periodicity of Properties 9. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 10. Hydrogen 11. s-Block Elements 12. p-Block Elements (Groups 13 and 14) Organic Chemistry 13. Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 14. Isomerism in Organic Compounds 15. Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds 16. Hydrocarbons 17. Environmental Chemistry Class XII Physical Chemistry 18. Solid State 19. Solutions 20. Electrochemistry 21. Chemical Kinetics 22. Nuclear Chemistry 23. Surface Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry 24. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements 25. p-Block Elements (Groups 15 - 18) 26. The d- and f-Block Elements 27. Coordination Compounds Organic Chemistry 28. Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 29. Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers 30. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids 31. Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 32. Polymers 33. Biomolecules 34. Chemistry in Everyday Life 35. Principles Related to Practical Chemistry Printed Pages: 522., Cengage Learning India, 2015, Pearson Education, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. Features • Includes more than 4000 MCQs according to latest pattern of JEE • Chapter-end-questions graded by difficulty level *Level 1 problems for JEE Mains *Level 2 problems for JEE Advanced, Olympiad, and other competitive examinations Contents Chapter 1 Mole Concept Chapter 2 Equivalent Concept Chapter 3 Gaseous State Chapter 4 Thermodynamics Chapter 5 Thermochemistry Chapter 6 Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 7 Ionic Equilibrium Chapter 8 Electrochemistry Chapter 9 Solid State Chapter 10 Liquid Solution Chapter 11 Chemical Kinetics Chapter 12 Surface Chemistry Chapter 13 Atomic Structure Chapter 14 Nuclear Chemistry Printed Pages: 528., Pearson Education, 2015, PHI Learning, 2009. Softcover. New. 18 x 24 cm. The applications of colloids and interfaces are ubiquitous in human civilization. Beginning with edibles and personal hygiene products, the applications of colloid and interface science are visible in large-scale industrial undertakings such as petroleum recovery, manufacture of heavy chemicals and coating processes. In recent times, it has grown into a multidisciplinary subject meant for study by the chemical engineers, biotechnologists, chemists, physicists and environmental scientists. This book provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and applications of colloid and interface science. It deals with the colloid chemistry and interfacial phenomena at both fluid-fluid and solid-fluid interfaces. The emerging areas of colloid and interface science such as nanomaterials and nanotechnology have also been discussed. The book is designed as a textbook for B.Tech. students of chemical engineering. Besides, it would also be useful to the students of biotechnology, chemistry, chemical engineering, food science, physics and environmental science, scientists and engineers working in this field will also find this book useful. Explained with a large number of figures and solved problems, and with the aid of many unsolved problems, this text should prove to be very helpful for understanding the subject. CONTENTS: Contents Preface SI Units 1. Basic Concepts of Colloids and Interfaces 2. Properties of Colloid Dispersions 3. Surfactants and their Properties 4. Surface and Interfacial Tension 5. Intermolecular and Surface Forces 6. Adsorption at Interfaces 7. Interfacial Rheology 8. Monolayers and Thin Liquid Films 9. Emulsions, Microemulsions and Foams 10. Biological Interfaces 11. Nanomaterials 12. Interfacial Reactions Index Printed Pages: 520., PHI Learning, 2009, Pearson Education, 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. Features • Includes more than 4000 MCQs according to latest pattern of JEE • Chapter-end-questions graded by difficulty level *Level 1 problems for JEE Mains *Level 2 problems for JEE Advanced, Olympiad, and other competitive examinations Contents Chapter 1 Mole Concept Chapter 2 Equivalent Concept Chapter 3 Gaseous State Chapter 4 Thermodynamics Chapter 5 Thermochemistry Chapter 6 Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 7 Ionic Equilibrium Chapter 8 Electrochemistry Chapter 9 Solid State Chapter 10 Liquid Solution Chapter 11 Chemical Kinetics Chapter 12 Surface Chemistry Chapter 13 Atomic Structure Chapter 14 Nuclear Chemistry Printed Pages: 528., Pearson Education, 2015, PHI Learning, 2009. Softcover. New. 18 x 24 cm. The applications of colloids and interfaces are ubiquitous in human civilization. Beginning with edibles and personal hygiene products, the applications of colloid and interface science are visible in large-scale industrial undertakings such as petroleum recovery, manufacture of heavy chemicals and coating processes. In recent times, it has grown into a multidisciplinary subject meant for study by the chemical engineers, biotechnologists, chemists, physicists and environmental scientists. This book provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and applications of colloid and interface science. It deals with the colloid chemistry and interfacial phenomena at both fluid-fluid and solid-fluid interfaces. The emerging areas of colloid and interface science such as nanomaterials and nanotechnology have also been discussed. The book is designed as a textbook for B.Tech. students of chemical engineering. Besides, it would also be useful to the students of biotechnology, chemistry, chemical engineering, food science, physics and environmental science, scientists and engineers working in this field will also find this book useful. Explained with a large number of figures and solved problems, and with the aid of many unsolved problems, this text should prove to be very helpful for understanding the subject. CONTENTS: Contents Preface SI Units 1. Basic Concepts of Colloids and Interfaces 2. Properties of Colloid Dispersions 3. Surfactants and their Properties 4. Surface and Interfacial Tension 5. Intermolecular and Surface Forces 6. Adsorption at Interfaces 7. Interfacial Rheology 8. Monolayers and Thin Liquid Films 9. Emulsions, Microemulsions and Foams 10. Biological Interfaces 11. Nanomaterials 12. Interfacial Reactions Index Printed Pages: 520., PHI Learning, 2009, Springer, 1991. 191 pp., Paperback, ex library, else text clean and binding tight, Springer, 1991

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