Physical Chemistry – Peter Atkins, Julio de Paula – 9th Edition

With its modern emphasis on the molecular view of chemistry, its wealth of contemporary , vivid full-color presentation, and dynamic new media tools, the thoroughly revised new edition is again the most modern, most effective full-length textbook available for the classroom.

Available in Split Volumes
For maximum flexibility in your physical chemistry course, this text is now offered as a traditional text or in two volumes.

Volume 1: and Kinetics; ISBN 1-4292-3127-0
Volume 2: Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy, and Statistical Thermodynamics; ISBN 1-4292-3126-2

This volume features a greater emphasis on the molecular view of physical chemistry and a move away from classical thermodynamics. It offers greater explanation and support in mathematics which remains an intrinsic part of physical chemistry.


1. The properties of gases
2. The first l
3. The second law
4. Physical transformations of pure substances
5. Simple mixtures
6. Chemical equilibrium


7. Quantum theory: introduction and principles
8. Quantum theory: techniques and applications
9 Atomic structure and atomic spectra
10. Molecular structure
11. Molecular symmetry
12. Molecular spectroscopy 1: rotational and vibrational spectra
13. Molecular spectroscopy 2: transitions
14. Molecular spectroscopy 3 magnetic resonance
15. Statistical thermodynamics 1: the concepts
16. Statistical thermodynamics 2: applications
17. Molecular interactions
18. Materials 1: soft matter
19. Materials 2: solids


20. Molecules in motion
21. The rates of
22. Reaction dynamic
23. Catalysis.

Title: Physical Chemistry
Author: Peter Atkins / Julio de Paula
Edition: 9th Edition
ISBN: 0199543372 | 9780199543373
Type: eBook | Solution Manual
Language: English
Physical Chemistry

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