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eBook Solving Equilibrium Problems with Applications to Qualitative Analysis ePub

by Steven S. Zumdahl

  • ISBN: 0669167185
  • Category: Chemistry
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Steven S. Zumdahl
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning; 1 edition (January 2, 1988)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1228 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1277 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 637

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March 28, 2011 History. found in the catalog. Are you sure you want to remove Solving Equilibrium Problems With Applications To Qualitative Analysis from your list? Solving Equilibrium Problems With Applications To Qualitative Analysis. Published June 1989 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

Solving Equilibrium Problems with Applications to Qualitative Analysis. The best general chemistry problem book I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot. The chapters each start out with several example problems showing the step-by-step process to the solution of the problem. Then the rest of the chapter is devoted to many problems to solve, with just the answers at the end of each chapter. Learning chemistry is best done by solving chemistry problems. This book does it best. Figures, since Zumdahl wrote this. I owe part of my 5 on the AP Chemistry test to this book

Solving Equilibrium Problems with Applications to Qualitative Analysis. I owe part of my 5 on the AP Chemistry test to this book. Moreover, the examples are always clear and the explanations make sense. This is practice heaven. EQ will always be on the AP Chemistry test, so I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book to prepare.

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About the Author: Steve Zumdahl is the author of market-leading textbooks in introductory chemistry, general chemistry, honors-level chemistry, and high school chemistry. Recently retired from his long-time position as Director of Undergraduate Programs at the University of Illinois, he has received numerous awards for his contributions to chemical education.

Known for helping students develop a qualitative, conceptual foundation .

Known for helping students develop a qualitative, conceptual foundation that gets them thinking like chemists, this market-leading text is designed for students with solid mathematical preparation.

In book: Equilibrium Problems: Nonsmooth Optimization and Variational . minimum problems with applications to variational inequalities, Numer.

In book: Equilibrium Problems: Nonsmooth Optimization and Variational Inequality Models, p. 87-205. Cite this publication. solving equilibrium problems with trifunction by using the auxiliary principle. We prove that the convergence of the proposed methods either re-. quires only pseudomonotonicity or partially relaxed strongly monotonicity. We. also consider the concept of well-posedness for equilibrium problems with tri-. function and obtain some new results. It is shown that the auxiliary principle.

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Cheber Cheber
This book is extremely thorough, and good at introducing different types of equilibrium. Figures, since Zumdahl wrote this. I owe part of my 5 on the AP Chemistry test to this book. There are so many problems (approximately 60 per chapter, there are six chapters on different kinds of EQ as listed in the prior review), and so many ways it forces you to apply these new concepts. Moreover, the examples are always clear and the explanations make sense. This is practice heaven. EQ will always be on the AP Chemistry test, so I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book to prepare.

There is an answer key, but you cannot let yourself be tempted to copy from the answer key if your teacher assigns you portions of this book. The best way to learn is to do the EQ problems, and then check it with the back of the book. However, since we live in the age of TI-89, I advise you to scrap with the quadratic method advocated by Zumdahl and press solve in the TI-89, which is much quicker and much more accurate.
Zut Zut
Just the supplement needed for those who are studying equilibrium, or for those who just want to review. This book has plenty of practice problems and a test in the back of each chapter.
I recommend this book.
Rexfire Rexfire
This is a great book for working equilibrium problems from different angles. The author makes you think through each problem - you can't just use given numbers and "plug-and-chug" - you have to think about what is happening to that system. I was a fan of Zumdahl's General Chemistry text, so I expected this book to be to my liking also.
There are six chapters:

1. Equilibria Involving Gaseous Reactants and Products
2. Acid-Base Equilibria
3. Acid-Base Titrations and Indicators
4. Solubility Equilibria
5. More Involved Equilibrium Problems
6. Qualitative Analysis

There are a series of "tests" in each chapter (ex. Chapter one has 10 tests), which are inserted in the body of the chapter following the introduction or discussion of the concept and a worked example. The answers to the tests are in the back, and are worked out step by step.
There are also exercises, which far outnumber the tests. The solutions in the back, but only the answers.
Then there are multiple-choice problems, also with just the answers given.