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ERT 108/3 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 

Course Synopsis:

This  course is designed to prepare engineering students for advance knowledge in chemistry such as thermodynamics, chemical equilibria and chemical kinetics.
 

Course Outcomes:
Ability to define and apply the phenomena, basic concepts, laws and principles in physical chemistry.
Ability to calculate and solve a problem concerning physical chemistry.
Ability to illustrate various fundamental laws in physical chemistry.


References:

Atkins, P and de Paula, Julia. 2006. Physical Chemistry. Oxford University Press,  8th Edition. 
Bahl, B.S.; Bahl, Arun & Tuli, G.D. 2006. Essentials of Physical Chemistry. S. Chand, New Delhi. 
Paul Monk, 2004. Physical Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons. 
Levine I. N. , 2002. Physical Chemistry, McGraw Hill, 5th Edition.
Silbey R. J., Alberty R. A., Bawendi M. G. 2005. Physical Chemistry, John Wiley & Son, Inc., 4th Edition.

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