Table of contents for Physical chemistry for the life sciences / Thomas Engel, Gary Drobny, Phillip Reid.

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Contents
1. CHAPTER 1
Fundamental Concepts of Thermodynamics
CHAPTER 2
Heat, Work, Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and the First 
Law of Thermodynamics
CHAPTER 3
The Importance of State Functions: Internal Energy 
and Enthalpy
CHAPTER 4
Thermochemistry
CHAPTER 5
Entropy and the Second and Third Laws of 
Thermodynamics
CHAPTER 6
The Gibbs Energy and Chemical Equilibrium
CHAPTER 7
Phase Equilibria
CHAPTER 8
Ideal and Real Solutions
CHAPTER 9
Electrolyte Solutions, Electrochemical Cells, and Redox 
Reactions
CHAPTER 10
Principles of Biochemical Thermodynamics
CHAPTER 11
Biochemical Equilibria
CHAPTER 12
From Classical to Quantum Mechanics
CHAPTER 13
The Schr¿dinger Equation
CHAPTER 14
Using Quantum Mechanics on Simple Systems: The 
Free Particle, the Particle in a Box, and the Harmonic 
Oscillator
CHAPTER 15
The Hydrogen Atom and Many-Electron Atoms
CHAPTER 16
Chemical Bonding in Diatomic Molecules
CHAPTER 17
Molecular Structure and Energy Levels for Polyatomic 
Molecules
CHAPTER 18
Vibrational and Rotational Spectroscopy 
CHAPTER 19
Electronic Spectroscopy
Chapter 20: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) 
Spectroscopy
Chapter 21: The Structure of Biomolecules at the 
Nanometer Scale: X-Ray Diffraction and Atomic Force 
Microscopy
CHAPTER 22
The Boltzmann Distribution
CHAPTER 23
Statistical Thermodynamics
CHAPTER 24
Transport Phenomena
CHAPTER 25
Elementary Chemical Kinetics
CHAPTER 26
Complex Biological Reactions

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Physical biochemistry.
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical.
Life sciences.