This book considers molecular structural information, statistical methods and thermodynamic measurements, and the ways in which the relative role of each differs from another. By putting together selected papers in a single publication, the book highlights the cohesive aspects of certain advances through time and development, and can aid historical studies. Several papers from journals not widely circulated can also be found in this selection of papers.(8) T. L. Hill, aAn Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamicsaquot;, Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass., 1960, p 313. ... Since there has been a major advance in the correct solution of the primitive model, we will proceed at once in describing that anbsp;...
|Title||:||Molecular Structure and Statistical Thermodynamics|
|Author||:||Kenneth S. Pitzer|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 1993-12-29|