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Applied Chemistry (2nd Edition)

A Textbook for Engineers and Technologists

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Springer

Pages: 372
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Paperback - 9781489977212

23 August 2016

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26 September 2012

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26 September 2012

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The second edition of Gesser’s classic Applied Chemistry includes updated versions of the original 16 chapters plus two new chapters on semiconductors and nanotechnology. This textbook introduces chemistry students to the...

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The second edition of Gesser’s classic Applied Chemistry includes updated versions of the original 16 chapters plus two new chapters on semiconductors and nanotechnology. This textbook introduces chemistry students to the applications of their field to engineering design and function across a wide range of subjects, from fuels and polymers to electrochemistry and water treatment. Each chapter concludes with a reading list of relevant books and articles as well as a set of exercises which include problems that extend the topics beyond the text. Other supplements to the text include a laboratory section with step-by-step experiments and a solutions manual for instructors.

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No competing book treats the Engineering aspects of Physical Chemistry in terms of Engineering design and function

Step-by-step laboratory experiments and problems to be placed online

Edition has newest, up-to-date and previously uncovered material

Energy: An overview
Solid fuels
Crude oil
Liquid fuels
Alternate fuels
Gaseous fuels
Nuclear energy
Lubrication and lubricants
Electrochemistry, batteries and fuel cells
Corrosion
Polymers and plastics
Adhesives and adhesion
Paint and coatings
Explosives
Water
Carbon-based polymers, activate carbons
Cement, ceramics, and composites
Semiconductors and nanotechnology
Epoilogue.
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Professors Gesser and Roussak teach in the Chemistry Department at the University of Manitoba.

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Professors Gesser and Roussak teach in the Chemistry Department at the University of Manitoba.

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