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This course is a basic introductory course to thermodynamics with emphasis on applications in chemistry and biology. This is the second edition of the book. You can also use the first edition of the book. The first 11 chapters of this book E and R cover thermodynamics, and the text will be followed closely in this course. Moreover, the end of chapter problems will be used in assignments.
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