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IIT-JEE Topics covered under Ch.1 (free download) of Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry - Laidler, Meiser, SanctuaryIf you are preparing for the IIT-JEE or any similar exam that requires an understanding of Physical chemistry, you now have an invaluable but affordable resource available.

The latest, interactive edition of Physical Chemistry by renowned educators Keith J. Laidler (a pioneer in chemical kinetics, Univ. of Ottawa, Canada), John H. Meiser ( Ball state Univ., USA) and Bryan C .Sanctuary (McGill Univ., Canada), makes it easy to understand difficult concepts.

Interesting and informative multimedia components are built into the book and pop-up when clicked so you can listen to explanations of the material you are working on, and perform interactions that will help you understand the concepts.

Students are encouraged to download the free chapter 1, which contains many multimedia clips explaining concepts, from the IITJEE syllabus, like:

Free Download, Physical Chemistry -Chapter 1Gaseous and liquid states:
  • Absolute scale of temperature, ideal gas equation
  • Deviation from ideality, van der Waals equation
  • Kinetic theory of gases, average, root mean square and most probable velocities and their relation with temperature
  • Law of partial pressures
  • Vapour pressure
  • Diffusion of gases
The ebook which is available in smaller affordable  modules, covers all the traditional and modern topics in Physical Chemistry in undergraduate physical science programs including entrance exams like the IITJEE. So don’t stop with chapter 1 if you want to keep learning at a faster rate. This complete list of topics from the IIT JEE syllabus will be of further help.
The price chart lists all available options of this advanced, interactive teaching and learning tool.

IITJEE Candidates – Click to save approx Rs. 150 ! Until March 25th, 2012 only!

Written by: Dr. Bryan Sanctuary

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Bryan Sanctuary, Professor of Chemistry at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) as well as president of MCH Multimedia. | | and co- author of Physical Chemistry - Laidler, Meiser, Sanctuary. You can also read about Quantum mechanics and Physical Chemistry on Bryan's personal blog:

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