I understand thermodynamics in a physicsy way - at the level of Callen's Thermodynamics. However, my chemical thermodynamics is quite rusty: concepts like fugacity and activity coefficients are only vaguely familiar from undergrad courses.
I'm looking for a well written, rigorous and succinct guide to advanced chemical thermodynamics - at the level where I can read papers on ENRTL equations of state, or understand Pitzer models fully. If it is geared towards chemical engineers (like myself) that would be a bonus.
Basically, I consider Callen's book a classic, and wonder if there's anything that good within chemical thermodynamics.
Does such a book exist? Thanks