Biomedical Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics of Pharmaceutical Systems:
An Introduction for Students of Pharmacy

Studies of thermodynamics often fail to demonstrate how the mathematical intricacies of the subject relate to practical laboratory applications. Thermodynamics of Pharmaceutical Systems makes these connections clear, emphasizing specific applications to pharmaceutical systems in a study created
specifically for contemporary curriculums at colleges of pharmacy. Students investigating drug discovery, drug delivery, and drug action will benefit from Kenneth Connors’s authoritative treatment of the fundamentals of thermodynamics as well as his attention to drug molecules and experimental considerations. An extensive appendix that reviews the mathematics
needed to master the pharmacy curriculum proves an invaluable reference. Connors divides his one-of -a-kind text into three sections: Basic Thermodynamics, Thermodynamics of Physical Processes, and
Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes;
chapters include:
Energy and the First Law of Thermodynamics
The Entropy Concept
Phase Transformations
Solubility
Acid-Base Equilibria
Noncovalent Binding Equilibria Thermodynamics need not be a mystery nor be confined to the realm of mathematical theory.
Thermodynamics of Pharmaceutical Systems introduces students of pharmacy to the profound
thermodynamic applications in the laboratory while also serving as a handy resource for practicing
researchers.

EBook Disription

:By: Kenneth A. Connors Price: $86.45
Format: Adobe eBooks

Textbook
Thermodynamics of pharmaceutical systems:

an introduction for students of pharmacy
โดย Kenneth Antonio Connors
ผู้เขียน Kenneth Antonio Connors
Edition: illustrated
จัดพิมพ์โดย John Wiley and Sons, 2002
ISBN 047120241X, 9780471202417344 หน้า

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