Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All Chemistry books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789351645795
Author: Dr. S. S. Jadhav, Dr. B. S. Desale, L. K. Nikam
Number of Pages 144
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Physical Chemistry by Dr. S. S. Jadhav, Dr. B. S. Desale, L. K. Nikam
Book Summary:

The new approach to the subject matter in chemistry in well defined manner introduced by Savitribai Phule Pune University from June 2015 is a welcome step. We are happy to place this text book of “Physical Chemistry” (CH-331) in the hands of students of T.Y.B.Sc. Semester - III.

This book has been written according to the new revised syllabus introduced from June 2015 for Semester - III. We have tried our best using our versatile experience to make this book quite informative as well as simple and lucid. Wherever possible an attempt is made to provide additional information to raise the standard of education.

Topics like Chemical Kinetics, Electrolytic Conductance, Investigations of Molecular Structure and Phase Rule have been revised or newly added as per new revised syllabus.

The concepts are illustrated with examples wherever necessary. A large number of exercises have been given at the end of each topic. We are sure that this book will be equally useful to the teachers and students. We are confident that this book will cater to the exact requirements of students.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Sc Students.
Table of Contents:

1. Chemical Kinetics

2. Electrolytic Conductance

3. Investigations of Molecular Structure

(A) Molar Refraction and Dipole Moment

(B) Molecular Spectroscopy

4. Phase Rule