Physical Chemistry

Chemistry has made a significant impact on society and is intimately linked to the well­being of humankind. The rate of advancement of basic sciences is so high that academicians look forward for strategies to cope with those advancements. Physical chemistry provides a decent bridge between mathematical sciences and experimental sciences. The present textbook is a sincere effort in this direction. This book provides a unified approach to the study of chemistry for undergraduate (Pass and Honours) students. The text is well illustrated with examples from surrounding environments which will help students grasp the concepts easily.

There are several highlights of this book. The chapter dealing with mathematical concepts and computers will provide a powerful tool to students in understanding the basic concepts and solve numerical problems in shorter time. Partial differentiation and integration needs special mention in this regard. Incorporation of computers and introducing analog and digital devices will provide a good basic platform to understanding physical chemistry Biographical sketches of some scientists relevant to particular topics will surely enthuse students. Liquid state, colloidal state chemical kinetics and thermodynamics have been written especially in a systematic, lucid and comprehensible style. Learning objectives have been given exhaustively in each chapter of the book. Sufficient examples have been given at the end of each chapter, along with summary for quick revision, key relations, question bank including multiple-choice questions and general questions so that students can evaluate their learning potential themselves.

The level of text material in each chapter is sufficient to escalate this book to international standard. I am sure this book will procure the author and publishers a good name in the market. The hard work done by the author is commendable and deserves to be congratulated. I wish huge success to this book.


1. Basic Concepts
2. Mathematical Concepts and Computers
3. Gaseous State
4. The Liquid State
5. The Solid State
6. Colloidal State
7. Chemical Kinetics
8. Catalysis
9. Thermodynamics-I
10. Thermochemistry
11. Themodynamics-II
12. Themodynamics-III
13. Chemical Equilibrium
14. Phase Equilibria and Phase Rule
15. Distribution Law
16. Electrochemistry-I
17. Electrochemistry-II
18. Electrochemistry-III
19. Atomic Structure and Quantum Mechanics
20. Quantum Mechanics and Chemical Bonding
21. Spectroscopy
22. Photochemistry
23. Physical Properties and Molecular Structure
24. Liquid-Liquid Mixtures
25. Dilute Solutions and Colligative Properties
26. Adsorption
27. Polymers
28. Nuclear Chemistry

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