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    Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis: Theory and Algorithms (airmail to US or Canada)
Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis: Theory and Algorithms (airmail to  US or Canada) 

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"Chemical Reaction Equilibrium Analysis: Theory and Algorithms", W. R. Smith and R. W. Missen, Krieger Publishing, Malabar, Fla, 1991 (a reprint, with corrections, of the same title by Wiley-Interscience, 1982) is one of the most comprehensive treatments of the theory of chemical reaction equilibria and its computation.

It is addressed to chemissts, chemical engineers, aquatic chemists, geochemists, metallurgists, physicists, and those in many other fields for which chemical reaction and phase equilibrium is an important modeling tool. It is suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate-level study in these fields, or for the industrial practitioner who wishes to use and understand chemical equilibrium modeling in their work.

In the text, it is shown how chemical equilibrium problems from many fields may be considered as variations of a single formulation. For example, aquatic chemists and geochemists frequently study equilibrium problems from the point of view of sets of chemical reactions and their associated equilibrium constants. On the other hand, combustion scientists study equilibrium problems using species-specific thermochemical data (e.g., free energies of formation). As a result of this historical development, researchers in different fields have typically considered special approaches for each type of problem. This text shows how both problem types may be viewed as being essentially identical, permitting the the use of a single theoretical and numerical approach.

 
 
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