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Chemistry: A Guided Approach 5 th Edition follows the underlying principles developed by years of research on how readers learn and draws on testing by those using the POGIL methodology. This text follows inquiry based learning and correspondingly emphasizes the underlying concepts and the reasoning behind the concepts. This text offers an approach that follows modern cognitive learning principles by having readers learn how to create knowledge based on experimental data and how to test that knowledge.
Table of Contents
|The Nuclear Atom|
|Atomic Number and Atomic Mass|
|The Shell Model (I)|
|The Shell Model (II)|
|The Shell Model (III)|
|Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table|
|Lewis Structures (I)|
|Bond Order and Bond Strength|
|Lewis Structures (II)|
|Lewis Structures (III)|
|Lewis Structures (IV)|
|Average Valence Electron Energies|
|Polar, Nonpolar, and Ionic Bonds|
|Solids and Liquids|
|The Ionic Bond|
|The Bond-Type Triangle|
|The Mole Concept|
|Balanced Chemical Equations|
|The Ideal Gas Law|
|Enthalpy of Atom Combination|
|Enthalpy Changes in Chemical Reactions|
|Rates of Chemical Reactions|
|The Equilibrium Constant (I)|
|The Reaction Quotient|
|The Solubility Product|
|Acids and Bases|
|Acids and Bases|
|Strong and Weak Acids|
|Weak Acid/Base Dissociation|
|Relative Acid Strength|
|Acid/Base Strength of Conjugate Pairs|
|The Electrochemical Cell|
|The Cell Voltage|
|Entropy Changes in Chemical Reactions|
|The Equilibrium Constant (II)|
|The Equilibrium Constant (III)|
|Rates of Chemical Reactions (II)|
|Integrated Rate Laws|
|Reaction Mechanisms (I)|
|Reaction Mechanisms (II)|
|Reaction Mechanisms (III)|
|Appendix: Table A.1 Values of Selected Fundamental Constants|
|Appendix: Table A.2 Selected Conversion Factors|
|Appendix: Table A.3 Standard-State Enthalpies, Free Energies, and Entropies of Atom Combination|
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