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 A computer based self standing course on Thermodynamics with 12 chapters covering content in  thermodymanis course. The course presentation involves a step by step presentation with somke worked examples. The approach involves the method of constraints that makes clear what is processed and why - a major departure from tradational presentations....

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Vanessa Castleberry
8 years ago

Well done, comprehensive guide to Thermodynamics.  Definitely not for the average freshman chemistry student.  I could see this as an excellent resource for the physical chemistry student (junior or senior level) with a strong background in mathematics.  It also has potential as a good review for chemistry graduate students.

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I ran across some minor spelling errors. 

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