Atkin’s Physical Chemistry by Peter Atkins , Julio De Paula
Atkin’s Physical Chemistry, is an offering for aspirants pursuing any kind of degree or major in the field of chemistry. Consisting of content on the key topics of physical chemistry like reaction analysis, chemical and ionic equilibrium, the book is a consistently recommended source by several universities and professors.
Peter Atkins and Judo De Paula have brought out a book which is clear and concise in its explanation methods. The book is generously supplemented with illustrations and solved examples, followed by unsolved problems in order to aid assimilation and application by the reader. The treatment of the content has become more and more refined with each new edition, and in this edition, the authors have clearly laid stress on the presentation and accuracy of the 1000 page book.
The ninth edition of Atkin’s Physical Chemistry was brought out by Oxford University Press India in 2011. It is available as a paperback.
About the Author
Peter Atkins is a former professor of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge. His books on introductory chemistry like Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Molecular Quantum Mechanics are popular. He is an atheist, and has brought out books on popular science like Atkins’ Molecules and On Being.
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