of Physical Chemistry A (Molecules)
includes coverage of molecular
dynamics and relaxation, molecular spectroscopy, clusters in beams,
chemical kinetics, atmospheric and environmental physical chemistry,
molecular structure, bonding, quantum chemistry, and general theory.
of Physical Chemistry B (Materials)
covers physical chemistry
of material from nanoparticles to macromolecules, surfaces and interfaces,
statistical mechanics and thermodynamics of condensed matter, and
WebNotes supplement to Atkins
(compiled by Carmen Giunta):
A really nice compilation of physical chemistry sites, arranged according
to each Chapter in Atkins' Physical Chemistry. A few of my favorites
from this list are:
The Page of Uncertainty by Dave Slaven, Saginaw Valley
State University. An informal and informative group of essays on Heisenberg's
in a Box Applet
at University of California, Irvine (requires
Java-enabled browser). Initially the lowest-energy wavefunctions and
energy levels are plotted for a particle in a box. User may change
the potential by inserting a barrier in the middle of the box; wavefunctions
and energy levels adjust to new potential.
Atomic Spectroscopic Database
at U.S. National Institute of Standards
and Technology. Energy levels, transition probabilities, ionization
energies, and electron configurations.
The Page of Entropy by Dave Slaven, Saginaw Valley
State University. An informal and informative group of essays on entropy,
mainly from a microscopic (molecular) viewpoint.