*Calculations in Chemistry*

**Author**: David J Hucknall,Alan Morris

**Publisher:** Royal Society of Chemistry

**ISBN:** 1847552277

**Category:** Education

**Page:** 244

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An accessible and applicable guide to quantitative problem solving in vacuum technology, this book is aimed at newcomers, students and the experienced practitioner. It contains essential information and worked examples for those using vacuum technology in chemical applications and who are involved in the design and operation of vacuum equipment. Using step by step solutions of example calculations and formulae, Vacuum Technology: Calculations in Chemistry sets out to encourage readers to quantify their own systems so that they can ensure efficient operation and fault finding. Whilst emphasising the use of appropriate units in calculations and using well known expressions in vacuum technology throughout, the book includes: * formulae necessary for quantitative vacuum technology * commonly required data for common gases in tabulated form * schematic diagrams of systems and layouts This book is certain to be a confidence inspiring publication for use in both research and industry.

Basic Principles of Calculations in Chemistry is written specifically to assist students in understanding chemical calculations in the simplest way possible. Chemical and mathematical concepts are well simplified; the use of simple language and stepwise explanatory approach to solving quantitative problems are widely used in the book. Senior secondary school, high school and general pre-college students will find the book very useful as a study companion to the courses in their curriculum. College freshmen who want to understand chemical calculations from the basics will also find many of the chapters in this book helpful toward their courses. Hundreds of solved examples as well as challenging end-of-chapter exercises are some of the great features of this book. . Students studying for SAT I & II, GCSE, IGCSE, UTME, SSCE, HSC, and other similar examinations will benefit tremendously by studying all the chapters in this book conscientiously.

Helps students overcome the biggest barrier to their success in chemistry: math.

Ab Initio Valence Calculations in Chemistry describes the theory and practice of ab initio valence calculations in chemistry and applies the ideas to a specific example, linear BeH2. Topics covered include the Schrödinger equation and the orbital approximation to atomic orbitals; molecular orbital and valence bond methods; practical molecular wave functions; and molecular integrals. Open shell systems, molecular symmetry, and localized descriptions of electronic structure are also discussed. This book is comprised of 13 chapters and begins by introducing the reader to the use of the Schrödinger equation to solve the electronic structure of molecular systems. This discussion is followed by two chapters that describe the chemical and mathematical nature of orbital theories in quantum chemistry. Two general ways of using chemical and physical information in looking for approximate solutions of the Schrödinger equation are highlighted: model approximations and numerical approximations. Attention then turns to atomic orbitals as the basis of a description of molecular electronic structure; practical molecular wave functions; and a general strategy for performing molecular valence calculations. The final chapter examines the nature of the valence electronic structure by using invariance with respect to transformations among the occupied molecular orbitals and among the atomic orbitals. This text will be of interest to students and practitioners of chemistry, biochemistry, and quantum mechanics.

This popular and comprehensive guide has been revised to match the new specifications. It gives thorough expert explanations, worked examples and plenty of practice in chemistry calculations.

Best-selling introductory chemical engineering book - now updated with far more coverage of biotech, nanotech, and green engineering • •Thoroughly covers material balances, gases, liquids, and energy balances. •Contains new biotech and bioengineering problems throughout. •Adds new examples and homework on nanotechnology, environmental engineering, and green engineering. •All-new student projects chapter. •Self-assessment tests, discussion problems, homework, and glossaries in each chapter. Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering, 8/e, provides a complete, practical, and student-friendly introduction to the principles and techniques of modern chemical, petroleum, and environmental engineering. The authors introduce efficient and consistent methods for solving problems, analyzing data, and conceptually understanding a wide variety of processes. This edition has been revised to reflect growing interest in the life sciences, adding biotechnology and bioengineering problems and examples throughout. It also adds many new examples and homework assignments on nanotechnology, environmental, and green engineering, plus many updates to existing examples. A new chapter presents multiple student projects, and several chapters from the previous edition have been condensed for greater focus. This text's features include: • •Thorough introductory coverage, including unit conversions, basis selection, and process measurements. •Short chapters supporting flexible, modular learning. •Consistent, sound strategies for solving material and energy balance problems. •Key concepts ranging from stoichiometry to enthalpy. •Behavior of gases, liquids, and solids. •Many tables, charts, and reference appendices. •Self-assessment tests, thought/discussion problems, homework problems, and glossaries in each chapter.

Ever thought there could be an easy way to master calculations in chemistry? Well, this book takes a practical and common sense approach to calculations in chemistry. Learners from GCSE/O'Levels right through to A Levels will find this book very indispensable as it covers calculations from the basics, starting from the building blocks of matter down to more complicated calculations in chemistry. This book touches on nearly all types of calculation you could come across in secondary school right up to second year in the university or college, gradually building up on the learners basic understandings of the inner workings of the subject.

Many undergraduate students enter into chemistry courses from a wide range of backgrounds, often possessing various levels of experience with the mathematical concepts necessary for carrying out practical calculations in chemistry. Chemical Calculations: Mathematics for Chemistry, Second Edition provides a unified, student-friendly reference of mathematical concepts and techniques incorporated into the context of familiar chemical topics. Uniquely organized by chemical—rather than mathematical—topics, this book relates each mathematical technique to the chemical concepts where it applies. The new edition features additional, revised, and updated material in every chapter. It achieves greater clarity with newly improved organization of topics and cross-referencing where mathematical techniques occur more than once. The text also contains numerous worked examples along with end-of-chapter exercises and detailed solution—giving students the opportunity to apply previously introduced techniques to chemically related problems. An ideal course companion for chemistry courses throughout the length of a degree, the second edition of Chemical Calculations: Mathematics for Chemistry may also extend its utility as a concise and practical reference for professionals in a wide array of scientific disciplines involving chemistry.

It is now possible to enter a chemistry degree course at many UKuniversities without any formal maths training beyond age 16.Addressing this deficiency requires students to take additionalmathematics training when entering university, yet the relevance ofmaths to chemistry is often poorly appreciated by chemistrystudents. In addition, many service courses are either tooabstract, or aimed at physicists and engineers, for students ofchemistry, who are not inclined to study mathematical techniquesper se and do not make the connection between the maths theyare taught and the chemistry they want to study. Based on the successful at a Glance approach, withintegrated double page presentations explaining the mathematicsrequired by undergraduate students of chemistry, set in context bydetailed chemical examples, this book will be indispensable to allstudents of chemistry. By bringing the material together in thisway the student is shown how to apply the maths and how it relatesto familiar concepts in chemistry. By including problems (withanswers) on each presentation, the student is encouraged topractice both the mathematical manipulations and the application toproblems in chemistry. More detailed chemical problems at the endof each topic illustrate the range of chemistry to which the mathsis relevant and help the student acquire sufficient confidence toapply it when necessary.

Suitable for all examination specifications for students over 16, this friendly and reliable guide leads students through examples of each problem.

Concepts & Calculations in Analytical Chemistry: A Spreadsheet Approach offers a novel approach to learning the fundamentals of chemical equilibria using the flexibility and power of a spreadsheet program. Through a conceptual presentation of chemical principles, this text will allow the reader to produce and digest large assemblies of numerical data/calculations while still focusing on the chemistry. The chapters are arranged in a logical sequence, identifying almost every equilibrium scenario that an analytical chemist is likely to encounter. The spreadsheet calculations and graphics offer an excellent solution to otherwise time-consuming operations. Worked examples are included throughout the book, and student-tested problems are featured at the end of each chapter. Spreadsheet commands for QuattroPro, Quattro, and Lotus 1-2-3 are embedded in the text. Concepts & Calculations in Analytical Chemistry: A Spreadsheet Approach has been designed to serve both as a supplement to an undergraduate quantitative analysis course or as a text in a graduate-level advanced analytical chemistry course. Professional chemists will also find this to be an excellent introduction to spreadsheet applications in the lab and a modern overview of analytical chemistry in a self-study format.

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The Nelson Modular Science series is made up of three books divided into Single, Double and Triple Award modules. Book 1 covers six Single Award modules and one coursework module, Book 2 contains six Double Award modules whilst Book 3 covers the six Triple Award modules. Each module is covered in self-contained units. The series matches the Edexcel Modular Science (B) specifications. It is fully covered with links throughout to supplementary reading materials and ICT activities on a dedicated website.

Problem-solving is one of the most challenging aspects students encounter in general chemistry courses leading to frustration and failure. Consequently, many students become less motivated to take additional chemistry courses after the first year. This book deals with calculations in general chemistry and its primary goal is to prevent frustration by providing students with innovative, intuitive, and systematic strategies to problem-solving in chemistry. The material addresses this issue by providing several sample problems with carefully explained step-by-step solutions for each concept. Key concepts, basic theories, and equations are provided and worked examples are selected to reflect possible ways problems could be presented to students.

Presenting an account of the concepts that underly different approaches devised for the determination of free energies, this book aims to give the reader, an insight into the theoretical and computational foundations of the subject. It is aimed at students and researchers having a background in chemistry, physics, engineering and physical biology.

These two volumes together comprise forty papers coming from the most outstanding contributions to the third European Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics Workshop held in Granada, Spain (1997). These books cover a very broad spectrum of scientific research work from quantum-mechanical many-body methods to important applications and computational developments, and from atoms and molecules to condensed matter. The first volume is subtitled Basic Problems and Model Systems, and includes the following topics: density matrices and density functionals, electron correlation effects, relativistic formulations, valence theory, and nuclear motions. The second volume is subtitled Advanced Problems and Complex Systems and covers the following topics: response theory, condensed matter, reactive collisions and chemical reactions, and computational chemistry and physics.

This workbook seeks to help undergraduates tackle physical chemistry calculations with confidence. Examples and exercises - with answers - are provided