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by Gordon M. Barrow

Physical Chemistry download ebook
Gordon M. Barrow
Mcgraw-Hill College; 5th edition (May 1988)
859 pages
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This book is intended for the undergraduate level physical chemistry course and is typically taught in the junior or senior year.

This is a good used copy of Dr. Barrow's book Physical Chemistry. It arrived promptly without damage. One person found this helpful.

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Intended for undergraduate-level physical chemistry courses, this text provides a unified treatment of macroscopic and molecular-level phenomena and the interrelationship between the two.
  • Alexandra
I used this book in the 80s to learn physical chemistry because it was more clear than the textbook that the professor used for the class
  • Cordann
Excellent book
  • Mojind
This is a good used copy of Dr. Barrow's book Physical Chemistry. It arrived promptly without damage. Price was OK.
  • terostr
This book did not adequately describe any of the mathematical details and origins behind the quantum energy levels. I can't review the other parts of the book because I didn't read it - the chapters on quantum energy levels were so bad I moved elsewhere. The molecular dynamics discussion is okay, and does do some things nicely, but overall this is not the best text to work with.
  • Acrobat
The one you want is Physical Chemistry, 4/e by Laidler, Meiser, Sanctuary, ISBN 061815292X. It's the most student friendly text on the market.

Description on their website says "With its clear explanations and practical pedagogy, Physical Chemistry is less intimidating to students than other texts, without sacrificing the mathematical rigor and comprehensiveness necessary for a junior-level physical chemistry course. The text's long-standing reputation for accessible writing provides clear instruction and superior problem-solving support for students." I second that.

see my review here Physical Chemistry. I mention the alternatives as well.
  • Jesmi
It's an OK book; it has good diagrams, and it's well-written. However, it has some major problems in Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 9 that I covered:

1. The examples provided in the chapter are not terribly wonderful.

2. The problems at the end of each chapter can be poorly worded with respect to mathematical soundness (I found myself coming up with two answers to a problem due to ambiguity).

3. Many mathematical steps are skipped in derivations.