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Samenvatting Physical Chemistry - Peter Atkins (10e editie) - Chapter 13

Nederlandse samenvatting van het boek 'Physical chemistry - Thermodynamics, structure, and Change - Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula - 10e editie'. Chapter 13: A.1, B.1, C.1. Dit is onder andere van toepassing voor het vak 'Van quantum tot molecuul' (X_) van de studie Medische Natuurwetenschappen (MNW) aan VU Amsterdam

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