| About The Book ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
This book, now in its third edition, is revised and elaborated specifically to address the needs of the latest course curriculum in Engineering Chemistry for the first-year students of all branches of engineering. The topics covered in the book are customarily taught in several universities and institutes.
The book exposes students to fundamental knowledge in:
Treatment of water, polymers and composites
Applications of surface chemistry and the concept of nuclear energy and energy storage devices
Chemical thermodynamics and nanochemistry
Electrochemistry and principles involved in corrosion and its inhibition, and protective coatings
Analysis of fuels and combustion, phase rule, important analytical techniques (spectroscopy) and photochemistry
Manufacturing processes, properties and applications of glass and cement
Several worked-out examples to help students reinforce their comprehension of theory.
Numerous short and descriptive questions at the end of each chapter to test and foster students conceptual understanding of the subject.
Chapter-end problems to help students become proficient in problem-solving.
Table of Contents:
1. Water Technology
2. Polymers and Composites
3. Surface Chemistry
4. Nuclear Energy
11. Corrosion and Corrosion Control
12. Protective Coatings
13. Fuels and Combustion
14. Phase Rule
16. Analytical Techniques (Spectroscopy)