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Heat of Vaporization by Calorimetry Heat of Solution from Solubility Heat of Combustion by Bomb Calorimetry Molecular Weight of a Liquid by Steam Distillation Phase Diagram for a Binary System The Variation of Miscibility with Temperature Verification of the Lambert-Beer Law A Velocity Constant by a Titration Method A Velocity Constant by a Conductimetric Method Surface Tension using a Traube Stalagmometer Interfacial Tension Micrometer Syringe Method Variation of the Surface Tension of a Liquid with Temperature Adsorption Isotherm Conductimetric Titration of an Acid Mixture Solubility by a Conductimetric Method Dissociation Constant of a Weak Acid Approximate e.

Method Concentration Cells Solubility Product from e. Measurements The Quinhydrone Reference Electrode Study of Potentiometric and Indicator End Points Potentiometric Titration-Verification of the Nernst Equation The Radius of a Molecule from Viscosity Measurements Dipole Moment of a Polar Molecule The Partition Coefficient in Gas Chromatography Activity of a Non-electrolyte by Cryoscopy Activity of an Electrolyte by Cryoscopy Activity Coefficient by an e.

Emission Spectra Study of Atomic Hydrogen Force Constants from Vibrational Frequencies A Velocity Constant by an Amperometric Method Sanfeld, treats a variety of topics related to equilibrium, irreversibility, and the thermodynamics of surfaces; the discussion of the properties of surfacesseemedto be particularly interesting and useful. In chapter three, R.

Haase gives a great deal of general information on gases,liquids, and solids. Topics discussedin this section include equations of state of ideal and real gasesand gaseousmixtures, properties of electrolyte solutions and ionic melts, unusual characteristics of polymer solutions, and the thermodynamic properties of solids and solid mixtures.

Chapter four, by E. Franck, focuses on gas-liquid and gas-solid equilibria; a number of highly unusual systemsare discussedin detail.

In the following chapter, H. Stenschke outlines the thermodynamics of matter in gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields.

Comprehension of this material would seemto require a fairly good background in classical mechanics, electricity, and magnetism.

This topic is of course inherently extremely interesting and the author, J. Wilks, has given very lucid discussions of both the law itself and its applications to a variety of thermodynamics systems. The following chapter, on gas equilibria, is very informative and should be useful to anyone interested in the properties of gases.

The author, M. Klein, has thoughtfully included a great deal of practical information, including the use of numerical methods for the solution of equations arising in this area of BOOK REVIEW thermodynamics.

Chapter eight, by H.

Krempl, is entitled Equilibria at Very High Temperatures.The absolute value of a proportional error depends upon the amount of the constituent. Related Books Chemistry for Degree Students Dissociation Constant of an Acid Spectrophotometric Method Comprehension of this material would seemto require a fairly good background in classical mechanics, electricity, and magnetism.

Wilks, has given very lucid discussions of both the law itself and its applications to a variety of thermodynamics systems. It offers basic and advanced knowledge for students in the second year of chemistry masters studies and beyond.

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