Differential Equations in Applied Chemistry
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons|
The purpose of this little text is to introduce the student in chemistry to the processes of building up differential equations where he has to use them, and to carry out the integrations necessary for the complete solution. It is full of examples from the subject and will be interesting for this reason to the student of mathematics as well. The actual equations solved belong to a very limited number of types but are of the kind a chemist meets. The book fills a gap in this part of applied mathematics. Its importance to the physical chemist depends upon what the latter has as his goal.
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