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Introduction to Thermodynamics for Children By Ryan Shuell
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Thermodynamics is the branch of science concerned with heat and temperature and their relation to energy and work. The laws of thermodynamics are explained in terms of microscopic constituents by... More > statistical mechanics. Thermodynamics applies to a wide variety of topics in science and engineering, especially physical chemistry, chemical engineering and mechanical engineering.< Less
The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology: Fundamentals By Thomas Creighton
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This book describes the most fundamental aspects of biophysical chemistry: thermodynamics for molecular biology, calorimetry, noncovalent interactions between atoms and molecules, hydrogen bonds,... More > intramolecular interactions and cooperativity, aqueous solutions, hydration, compressibilities, the hydrophobic interaction, membranes and detergents, ionization and electrostatic interactions, buffers, Hofmeister series, kinetics of biochemical reactions, transition states, free-energy relationships, isotopes and radioactivity, hydrogen exchange, and mass spectrometry. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume Two) By Libb Thims
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Volume two begins with Goethe’s theories of affinities, i.e. the chemical reaction view of human life in 1809. This is followed by the history of how the thermodynamic (1876) and quantum (1905)... More > revolutions modernized chemistry such that affinity (the ‘force’ of reaction) is now viewed as a function of thermodynamic ‘free energy’ (reaction spontaneity) and quantum ‘valency’ (bond stabilities). The composition, energetic state, dynamics, and evolution of the human chemical bond A≡B is the centerpiece of this process. The human bond is what gives (yields) and takes (absorbs) energy in life. The coupling of this bond energy, driven by periodic inputs of solar photons, thus triggering activation energies and entropies, connected to the dynamical work of life, is what quantifies the human reaction process. This is followed by topics including mental crystallization, template theory, LGBT chemistry, chemical potential, Le Chatelier’s principle, Müller dispersion forces, and human thermodynamics.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume Two) By Libb Thims
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Volume two begins with Goethe’s theories of affinities, i.e. the chemical reaction view of human life in 1809. This is followed by the history of how the thermodynamic (1876) and quantum (1905)... More > revolutions modernized chemistry such that affinity (the ‘force’ of reaction) is now viewed as a function of thermodynamic ‘free energy’ (reaction spontaneity) and quantum ‘valency’ (bond stabilities). The composition, energetic state, dynamics, and evolution of the human chemical bond A≡B is the centerpiece of this process. The human bond is what gives (yields) and takes (absorbs) energy in life. The coupling of this bond energy, driven by periodic inputs of solar photons, thus triggering activation energies and entropies, connected to the dynamical work of life, is what quantifies the human reaction process. This is followed by topics including mental crystallization, template theory, LGBT chemistry, chemical potential, Le Chatelier’s principle, Müller dispersion forces, and human thermodynamics.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume Two) By Libb Thims
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Volume two begins with Goethe’s theories of affinities, i.e. the chemical reaction view of human life in 1809. This is followed by the history of how the thermodynamic (1876) and quantum (1905)... More > revolutions modernized chemistry such that affinity (the ‘force’ of reaction) is now viewed as a function of thermodynamic ‘free energy’ (reaction spontaneity) and quantum ‘valency’ (bond stabilities). The composition, energetic state, dynamics, and evolution of the human chemical bond A≡B is the centerpiece of this process. The human bond is what gives (yields) and takes (absorbs) energy in life. The coupling of this bond energy, driven by periodic inputs of solar photons, thus triggering activation energies and entropies, connected to the dynamical work of life, is what quantifies the human reaction process. This is followed by topics including mental crystallization, template theory, LGBT chemistry, chemical potential, Le Chatelier’s principle, Müller dispersion forces, and human thermodynamics.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume Two) By Libb Thims
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Volume two begins with Goethe’s theories of affinities, i.e. the chemical reaction view of human life in 1809. This is followed by the history of how the thermodynamic (1876) and quantum (1905)... More > revolutions modernized chemistry such that affinity (the ‘force’ of reaction) is now viewed as a function of thermodynamic ‘free energy’ (reaction spontaneity) and quantum ‘valency’ (bond stabilities). The composition, energetic state, dynamics, and evolution of the human chemical bond A≡B is the centerpiece of this process. The human bond is what gives (yields) and takes (absorbs) energy in life. The coupling of this bond energy, driven by periodic inputs of solar photons, thus triggering activation energies and entropies, connected to the dynamical work of life, is what quantifies the human reaction process. This is followed by topics including mental crystallization, template theory, LGBT chemistry, chemical potential, Le Chatelier’s principle, Müller dispersion forces, and human thermodynamics.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume One) By Libb Thims
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Human chemistry is the study of bond-forming and bond-breaking reactions between people and the structures they form. People often speak of having either good or bad chemistry together: whereby,... More > according to consensus, the phenomenon of love is a chemical reaction. The new science of human chemistry is the study of these reactions. Historically, human chemistry was founded with the 1809 publication of the classic novella Elective Affinities, by German polymath Johann von Goethe, a chemical treatise on the origin of love. Goethe based his human chemistry on Swedish chemist Torbern Bergman’s 1775 chemistry textbook A Dissertation on Elective Attractions, which itself was founded on Isaac Newton’s 1687 supposition that the cause of chemical phenomena may ‘all depend upon certain forces by which the particles of bodies, by some causes hitherto unknown, are either mutually impelled towards each other, and cohere in regular figures, or are repelled and recede from one another’; which thus defines life.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume One) By Libb Thims
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Human chemistry is the study of bond-forming and bond-breaking reactions between people and the structures they form. People often speak of having either good or bad chemistry together: whereby,... More > according to consensus, the phenomenon of love is a chemical reaction. The new science of human chemistry is the study of these reactions. Historically, human chemistry was founded with the 1809 publication of the classic novella Elective Affinities, by German polymath Johann von Goethe, a chemical treatise on the origin of love. Goethe based his human chemistry on Swedish chemist Torbern Bergman’s 1775 chemistry textbook A Dissertation on Elective Attractions, which itself was founded on Isaac Newton’s 1687 supposition that the cause of chemical phenomena may ‘all depend upon certain forces by which the particles of bodies, by some causes hitherto unknown, are either mutually impelled towards each other, and cohere in regular figures, or are repelled and recede from one another’; which thus defines life.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume One) By Libb Thims
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Human chemistry is the study of bond-forming and bond-breaking reactions between people and the structures they form. People often speak of having either good or bad chemistry together: whereby,... More > according to consensus, the phenomenon of love is a chemical reaction. The new science of human chemistry is the study of these reactions. Historically, human chemistry was founded with the 1809 publication of the classic novella Elective Affinities, by German polymath Johann von Goethe, a chemical treatise on the origin of love. Goethe based his human chemistry on Swedish chemist Torbern Bergman’s 1775 chemistry textbook A Dissertation on Elective Attractions, which itself was founded on Isaac Newton’s 1687 supposition that the cause of chemical phenomena may ‘all depend upon certain forces by which the particles of bodies, by some causes hitherto unknown, are either mutually impelled towards each other, and cohere in regular figures, or are repelled and recede from one another’; which thus defines life.< Less
Human Chemistry (Volume One) By Libb Thims
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Human chemistry is the study of bond-forming and bond-breaking reactions between people and the structures they form. People often speak of having either good or bad chemistry together: whereby,... More > according to consensus, the phenomenon of love is a chemical reaction. The new science of human chemistry is the study of these reactions. Historically, human chemistry was founded with the 1809 publication of the classic novella Elective Affinities, by German polymath Johann von Goethe, a chemical treatise on the origin of love. Goethe based his human chemistry on Swedish chemist Torbern Bergman’s 1775 chemistry textbook A Dissertation on Elective Attractions, which itself was founded on Isaac Newton’s 1687 supposition that the cause of chemical phenomena may ‘all depend upon certain forces by which the particles of bodies, by some causes hitherto unknown, are either mutually impelled towards each other, and cohere in regular figures, or are repelled and recede from one another’; which thus defines life.< Less