Engineering Chemistry I

For University of Mumbai

Price: 295.00 INR

ISBN:

9780190124168

Publication date:

01/09/2019

Paperback

232 pages

Price: 295.00 INR

ISBN:

9780190124168

Publication date:

01/09/2019

Paperback

232 pages

Engineering Chemistry I is specially designed for the first year engineering students of the University of Mumbai. The book provides a detailed coverage of all the topics taught in Engineering Chemistry I offered in the second semester.

Rights:  World Rights

Description

Beginning with the principles of corrosion, the book focuses on the properties and uses of different alloys, analysis of fuels, chemistry of composite materials, and green synthesis of various chemicals. It also throws light on the topics of atomic and molecular structure, aromatic systems and their molecular structure, and intermolecular forces. The theory in each chapter is supported with numerous illustrations and examples to help students reinforce their understanding of the concepts. The book has plenty of solved examples, exercises, and review questions. Moreover, university exam questions provided in the book will familiarize the students with the pattern of semester-end question papers.

Table of contents

  1. Water
  2. Polymers
  3. Lubricants
  4. Phase Rule
  5. Important Engineering Materials
  6. Atomic and Molecular Structure
  7. Aromatic Systems and their Molecular Structure
  8. Intermolecular Forces and Critical Phenomena

Features

  • Follows the latest 2019-20 syllabus of the University of Mumbai completely
  • Enables clear understanding of concepts through numerous examples and exercises
  • Provides summary at the end of each chapter for quick recapitulation
  • Includes university questions for understanding the exam pattern and marking scheme
  • Provides three model question papers for practice

Description

Beginning with the principles of corrosion, the book focuses on the properties and uses of different alloys, analysis of fuels, chemistry of composite materials, and green synthesis of various chemicals. It also throws light on the topics of atomic and molecular structure, aromatic systems and their molecular structure, and intermolecular forces. The theory in each chapter is supported with numerous illustrations and examples to help students reinforce their understanding of the concepts. The book has plenty of solved examples, exercises, and review questions. Moreover, university exam questions provided in the book will familiarize the students with the pattern of semester-end question papers.

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Table of contents

  1. Water
  2. Polymers
  3. Lubricants
  4. Phase Rule
  5. Important Engineering Materials
  6. Atomic and Molecular Structure
  7. Aromatic Systems and their Molecular Structure
  8. Intermolecular Forces and Critical Phenomena

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