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1 CH0: Introduction 0.1 The states of matter 0.2 Physical state 0.3 Force 0.4 Energy 0.5 Pressure 0.6 Temperature 0.7 Amount of substance 0.8 Extensive and intensive properties
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2 Physical chemistry . . . Is asking "Why?" . . . Is applying physics and math . . . Is interdisciplinary
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3 Physical Chemistry Modern physical chemistry is firmly grounded upon physics. Important areas of study include chemical thermodynamics , thermochemistry , chemical kinetics , quantum chemistry , statistical mechanics , electrochemistry , surface , solid state chemistry , and spectroscopy . Physical chemistry is also fundamental to modern materials science .
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4 Physical chemistry career Physical chemists aim to develop a fundamental understanding at the molecular and atomic level of how materials behave and how chemical reactions occur. These scientists study diverse topics, from biochemistry to materials properties to the development of quantum computers. Physical chemists seek to unravel such varied mysteries as how
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