Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Book - 1997
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An accessible, student-friendly introduction to chemistry, the newest edition of this popular text helps students tackle the basics of chemistry. It has been revised to improve the logical and flexible flow of topics and to give more of an emphasis on chemical reactions. Extensive math reviews, unique to this text, include worked-out examples and exercises with answers provided to help students review necessary topics. Easy-to-follow examples help students develop the problem-solving skills necessary for chemistry. Frequent testing reinforces these concepts and study skills. The easy-to-read writing style and important pedagogical aids are continued in this edition to help instructors and students cover the basics.

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A text for preparatory chemistry courses as well as one-semester general purpose courses. Chapters begin with references to current topics such as early results from the Galileo probe to Jupiter, global warming, or the nature of lightning. Appendixes designed to alleviate math-anxiety provide discussions of mathematical concepts, as well as examples and sample problems in the areas of basic arithmetic, algebra, and scientific notation. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1997
Edition: 5th ed
Description: xvi, 591 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm
ISBN: 9780471148784
Branch Call Number: 540 Mal


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