Carl W. Garland, Joseph W. Nibler, David P. Shoemaker
I Introduction II Treatment of Experimental Data A. Calculations and Presentation of Data B. Uncertainties in Data and Results III Use of Computer Software IV Gases 1. Gas Thermometry 2. Joule-Thomson Effect 3. Heat-Capacity Ratios for Gases V Transport Properties of Gases Kinetic Theory of Transport Phenomena 4. Viscosity of Gases 5. Diffusion of Gases VI Thermochemistry Principles of Calorimetry 6. Heats of Combustion 7. Strain Energy of the Cyclopropane Ring 8. Heats of Ionic Reaction VII Solutions 9. Partial Molar Volume 10. Cryoscopic Determination of Molar Mass 11. Freezing-Point Depression of Strong and Weak Electrolytes 12. Chemical Equilibrium in Solution VIII Phase Equilibria 13. Vapor Pressure of a Pure Liquid 14. Binary Liquid-Vapor Phase Diagram 15. Binary Solid-Liquid Phase Diagram 16. Liquid-Vapor Coexistence Curve and the Critical Point IX Electrochemistry 17. Conductance of Solutions 18. Temperature Dependence of emf 19. Activity Coefficients from Cell Measurements X Chemical Kinetics 20. Method of Initial Rates: Iodine Clock 21. NMR Study of a Reversible Hydrolysis Reaction 22. Enzyme Kinetics: Inversion of Sucrose 23. Kinetics of the Decomposition of Benzenediazonium Ion 24. Gas-Phase Kinetics XI Surface Pheomena 25. Surface Tension of Solutions 26. Physical Adsorption of Gases XII Macromolecules 27. Osmotic Pressure 28. Intrinsic Viscosity: Chain Linkage in Polyvinyl Alcohol 29. Helix-Coil Transition in Polypeptides XIII Electric and Magnetic Properties 30. Dipole Moment of Polar Molecules in Solution 31. Dipole Moment of HCl Molecules in the Gas Phase 32. Magnetic Susceptibility 33. NMR Determination of Paramagnetic Susceptibility XIV Spectroscopy 34. Absorption Spectrum of a Conjugated Dye 35. Raman Spectroscopy: Vibrational Spectrum of CCl4 36. Stimulated Raman Spectrum of Benzene 37. Vibrational-Rotational Spectra of HCl and DCl 38. Vibrational-Rotational Spectra of Acetylenes 39. Absorption and Emission Spectra of I2 40. Fluorescence Lifetime and Quenching in I2 Vapor 41. Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy 42. NMR Determination of Keto-Enol Equilibrium Constants 43. NMR Study of Gas-Phase DCl-HBr Isotopic Exchange Reaction 44. Solid-State Lasers: Radiative Properties of Ruby Crystals XV Solids 45. Determination of Crystal Structure by X-Ray Diffraction 46. Single-Crystal X-Ray Diffraction with the Buerger Precession Camera 47. Lattice Energy of Solid Argon 48. Statistical Thermodynamics of Iodine Sublimation XVI Computer Interfacing XVII Electronic Devices and Measurements XVIII Temperature XIX Vacuum Techniques XX Instruments XXI Miscellaneous Procedures XXII Least-Squares Fitting Procedures Appendix A Glossary of Symbols Appendix B International System of Units and Concentration Units Appendix C Safety Appendix D Literature Work Appendix E Research Journals Appendix F Numerical Methods of Analysis Appendix G Barometer CorrectionsCarl W. Garland is the author of 'Experiments in Physical Chemistry', published 2006 under ISBN 9780073291024 and ISBN 0073291021.
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