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Atoms, Molecules and Matter: The Stuff of Chemistry

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Atoms, Molecules and Matter: The Stuff of Chemistry
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Publisher: Learning Development Institute
Number of pages: 92

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Contents: The structure of matter; Molecules in motion; Chemical Reactions; A deeper look at the ideal gas; The Second Law; Statistical interpretation of the Second Law; Partition functions and properties; Finally - back to Chemical Reactions.

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