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Physical Chemistry Application of physics to the study of chemistry Develops rigorous and detailed explanations of central, unifying  concepts in chemistry Contains  mathematical  models that provide quantitative  predictions  Mathematical underpinning to concepts applied in analytical, inorganic,  organic, and biochemistry Includes essential concepts for studying advanced courses in  chemistry Source: American Chemical Society
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Divisions of Physical Chemistry Main Problems Position of Chemical Equilibrium A + B  <=> C + D   Rate of Chemical Reactions  - Kinetics Other special topics Approaches  Top down (Traditional/Analytical/Historical  Approach) Begin with things we observe in the  world/laboratory Examine how those observables relate to the  underlying structure of matter  Bottom up (Synthetic/Molecular Approach) Consider the underlying structure of matter Derive observables Traditional Approach Equilibrium Thermodynamics Chapters 1-10 Chemical Kinetics Chapters 24, 25, 26, 27 Quantum Theory/ Spectroscopy Statistical Thermodynamics Special Topics
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