Chemical Thermodynamics: Revision and Worked Examples by H P Stadler
Chemical Thermodynamics sets out to teach thermodynamics through its applications and presents the theory of the subject in short revision form, while covering the syllabus required by the Institution of Chemical Engineers. The book discusses ideal systems in the early chapters, before dealing with non-ideal and open systems. It provides examples, graded from simple to more complex, which follow the brief exposition of the theory in each chapter and gives special attention to areas which students find difficult (these examples were selected to illustrate the theory without being repetitive and are given at the end of each revision section, followed by answers). Also provided are three appendices dealing with mathematical requirements, constants and units, and conversion factors.