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A lively, non-mathematical exposition of the way that entropy and activation energy battle it out in the world as we know it. By Frank Lambert of Occidental College. An alternative version , directed to non-science students and adults, is also available. See also Lambert's non-technical description of how activation energies modify the application of the Second Law.
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A study of nine American textbooks for beginning college chemistry over three-fourths of this century illuminates trends over the years.
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