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Introductory Maths for Chemists

Chemistry Maths 1

Introductory Maths for Chemists
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0466-4
2 edition
Pages : 123
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Chemistry Maths 1 teaches Maths from a “chemical” perspective and is the first of a three part series of texts taken during a first-year university course.

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Nizamuddin Bahmany ★★★★★

Excellent for Chemical Engineering students.


Chemistry Maths 1 teaches Maths from a “chemical” perspective and is the first of a three part series of texts taken during a first-year university course. It is the Maths required by a Chemist, or Chemical Engineer, Chemical Physicist, Molecular Biologist, Biochemist or Biologist. Tutorial questions with fully worked solutions are used and structured on a weekly basis to help the students to self-pace themselves. Coloured molecular structures, graphs and diagrams bring the text alive. Navigation between questions and their solutions is by page numbers for use with your PDF reader.


  • Acknowledgements
  • Description of the text
  • List of Formulae
  • Week 1 Revision: Putting Maths in a Chemical Context – Algebra
    1. Introduction
    2. Week 1 Tutorial Questions
    3. Week 1 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 2 Revision: Putting Maths in a Chemical Context – Algebraic, Trigonometric and Quadratic Equations
    1. Week 2 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 2 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 3: Chemistry and its uses of Logarithms and Exponentials
    1. Summary of Logs, Exponentials, and Acid-Base Equilibrium
    2. Week 3 Tutorial Questions
    3. Week 3 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 4: Experimental Data Analysis
    1. Week 4 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 4 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 5: Chemistry and Maths Differentiation
    1. Week 5 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 5 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 6: Chemistry and Maths Differentiation
    1. Week 6 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 6 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 7: Chemistry and an Introduction to Integration
    1. Week 7 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 7 Tutorial Solutions
  • Week 8: Chemistry and an Introduction to Integration
    1. Week 8 Tutorial Questions
    2. Week 8 Tutorial Solutions
    3. References
  • About the Author

    John Parker has 39 years experience of teaching Chemists, and other scientists and engineers at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh. My research area was Physical and Analytical Chemistry (mass spectrometry) from 1966 onwards. My teaching was mostly in Physical and Analytical Chemistry for years 1 to 5 of BSc, MChem and also Postgrad students using lectures, tutorials and lab classes. During this time I developed and taught Maths to first year Chemists for several years. I believe that Maths must be put in a Chemistry context for the student to grasp its significance and usefulness.


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