An Introduction to Chemical Kinetics
- Claire Vallance
- November 2017
DescriptionThis book is intended to give a relatively concise introduction to the main principles of chemical kinetics at a level suitable for any undergraduate chemistry student. Elementary reactions and their rates are introduced and explained using Simple Collision Theory. Rate laws and reaction mechanisms are covered in some detail, as are experimental methods and data analysis techniques for obtaining kinetic information across a broad range of timescales. More advanced topics are touched on very brieﬂy at various points in the text, but for the most part, is left for the reader to explore in more comprehensive texts.
About EditorsClaire Vallance is a Professor of Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, and Tutorial Fellow in Physical Chemistry at Hertford College, Oxford. She holds a BSc (hons) and PhD degrees from the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, NZ). She is author of more then 90 journal articles, four book chapters, nine patents, an e-Textbook on Symmetry and Group Theory, and a textbook Astro chemistry: from the Big Bang to the Present Day, and also co-edited the textbook Tutorials in Molecular Reaction Dynamics.
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Paperback ISBN: 9780750328760
Ebook ISBN: 9781681746678
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers