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Basic chemical thermodynamics [Monograph] - 5th ed
Smith, E.B. \ 2004
thermodynamics - entropy - gases - textbooks

Table of Contents: Energy; Entropy and Equilibrium; Equilibrium in Chemical Systems; Determination of Thermodynamic Quantities; Ideal Solutions; Non-Ideal Solutions; Thermodynamics of Gases; Molecular Basis of Thermodynamics.


Used in course: PCC-21802 Introductory Thermodynamics
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Chemistry for the biosciences : the essential concepts [Monograph] - Third editionCompanion website
Crowe, J. \ Bradshaw, T.f \ 2014
chemistry - biochemistry - organic compounds - chemical analysis - chemical reactions - textbooks

This book introduces students to all the chemistry they need to understand the biological world. The book uses everyday examples and analogies throughout to help students get to grips with chemical concepts, and presents them in context of biological systems wherever possible so they can see how chemistry relates to their wider studies.


Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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Physical chemistry A/B - Formularium [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
physical chemistry - physicochemical properties - tables

Used in course: PCC-21802 Introductory Thermodynamics
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Chemie voor levenswetenschappen II - Formularium en exameninformatie [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
chemistry - elements - tables

Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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General chemistry 1 : syllabus [Lecture notes] - Edition 2016
2016

Used in course: PCC-12303 General Chemistry 1
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General chemistry 2 and general chemistry 2 MLS : syllabus [Lecture notes] - Edition 2016
2016

Used in course: PCC-12403 General Chemistry 2; PCC-13803 General Chemistry 2 MLS
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General chemistry for the life sciences [Lecture notes]
2016

Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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General relativity without calculus : a concise introduction to the geometry of relativity [Monograph]
Natario, J. \ cop. 2011
relativity theory - geometry - geodesy - astronomy - Relativity (Physics)

--- Provides a quite original approach to Relativity, in that it tries to convey nontrivial, quantitative ideas about geometry and general relativity using elementary mathematics only --- Offers a short, but mathematically correct introduction to the general theory of relativity for first-year students of astronomy, mathematics or physics --- Paves the way for more advanced texts --- Over 75 exercises with full solutions help the reader understand the matter


Used in course: BIP-23303 Molecular structure; PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
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Molecular modelling for beginners [Monograph] - 2nd edCompanion website
Hinchliffe, A. \ 2008
modeling - mathematical models - molecules - computer simulation - textbooks - chemistry - molecular biology

Used in course: PCC-32806 Molecular Modelling with Apllications in Biological Systems
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Fysische chemie B - Practicum [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
physical chemistry - laboratory methods - equilibrium

Used in course: PCC-21802 Introductory Thermodynamics
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Soft condensed matter [Monograph]
Jones, R.A.L. \ cop. 2002
colloids - molecular conformation - polymers - gelation - freezing - melting - solidification - textbooks - physical state - liquid crystals - supramolecular chemistry

e physics of soft condensed matter is probably one of the most 'fashionable' areas in the physical sciences today. This book offers a coherent and clear introduction to the properties and behaviour of soft matter. It begins with a treatment of the general underlying principles: the relation of the structure and dynamics of solids and liquids to intermolecular forces, the thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transitions, and the principles of self-assembly. Then the specific properties of colloids, polymers, liquid crystals and self-assembling amphiphilic systems are treated within this framework. A concluding chapter illustrates how principles of soft matter physics can be used to understand properties of biological systems. The focus on the essentials and the straightforward approach make the book suitable for students with either a theoretical or an experimental bias. The level is appropriate for final year undergraduates and beginning graduate students in physics, chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering. Table of contents: 1. Introduction and overview 2. Forces, energies, and timescales in condensed matter 3. Phase transitions 4. Colloidal dispersions 5. Polymers 6. Gelation 7. Molecular order in soft condensed matter-- liquid crystallinity 8. Molecular order in soft condensed matter-- crystallinity in polymers 9. Supramolecular self-assembly in soft condensed matter 10. Soft matter in nature A. Some results from statistical mechanics B. The distribution function of an ideal random walk C. Answers to selected problems. Many materials are neither simple liquids nor crystalline solids of the type studied in other branches of solid state physics, and instead are conveniently classified as "soft condensed matter". Examples include glues, paints, soaps, polymer melts and most materials of biological origin. This book offers a introduction to the properties and behaviour of soft matter.


Used in course: PCC-20806 Colloid Science
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Soft matter reader [Lecture notes]
Gucht, Jasper van der \ 2017

Used in course: PCC-20806 Soft Matter
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Chemie voor levenswetenschappen II - Theoriebundel, practicumhandleiding en tabellen [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
chemistry - laboratory methods - theory - tables

Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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Chemie voor levenswetenschappen II - Werkboek practicum : voorbereidingsvragen, waarnemingen en uitwerkingen [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
chemistry - titration - laboratory methods

Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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Chemie voor levenswetenschappen II - Werkboek theorie [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ 2010
chemistry - biochemistry - electrochemistry - osmosis - electroanalytical analysis

Used in course: PCC-12803 General Chemistry for the Life Sciences
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Physical chemistry A/B - [Theory] [Lecture notes]
Barneveld, P. \ Knuiman, J. \ 2010
physical chemistry - thermodynamics - chemical reactions

Used in course: PCC-21802 Introductory Thermodynamics
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The soft matter workbook [Lecture notes]
Leermakers, Frans \ Kleijn, Mieke \ Brake, Diane te \ Berlo-van den Broek, Hannie \ Doorn, Jan Maarten van \ Gucht, Jasper van der \ 2017

Used in course: PCC-20806 Soft Matter
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