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Chemistry With Infotrac: The Molecular Science

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2/5/2004
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Summary

The most successful first edition General Chemistry text published in the last decade, CHEMISTRY: THE MOLECULAR SCIENCE continues in this new edition to emphasize the traditional core concepts covered in the general chemistry course. Lauded for its focus on visualization for understanding in support of students' conceptual development and its dedicated emphasis on content mastery through a proven problem-solving methodology that actively engages students in the chemical thought process, this Second Edition offers a complete pedagogical solution. The text's student focus is extended through General ChemistryNow--the first assessment-centered Web-based learning tool for general chemistry. Developed in concert, the unparalleled integration of text and media provides students with a seamless learning system. Based on extensive user and reviewer feedback, the Second Edition has been significantly revised to meet the content and organizational needs of today's general chemistry classroom. CHEMISTRY: THE MOLECULAR SCIENCE is intended for mainstream general chemistry courses geared toward students who expect to pursue further study in science, engineering, or science-related disciplines.

Table of Contents

The Nature of Chemistry
1(38)
Why Care about Chemistry?
2(1)
Molecular Medicine
3(2)
How Science Is Done
5(1)
Identifying Matter: Physical Properties
6(5)
Chemical Changes and Chemical Properties
11(2)
Classifying Matter: Substances and Mixtures
13(2)
Classifying Matter: Elements and Compounds
15(2)
Nanoscale Theories and Models
17(4)
The Atomic Theory
21(2)
The Chemical Elements
23(4)
Communicating Chemistry: Symbolism
27(2)
Modern Chemical Sciences
29
Nanoscale Transistors
20(19)
Portrait of a Scientist John Dalton
22(1)
Estimation How Tiny Are Atoms and Molecules?
23(4)
Portrait of a Scientist Sir Harold Kroto
27(12)
Atoms and Elements
39(38)
Atomic Structure and Subatomic Particles
40(3)
The Nuclear Atom
43(1)
The Sizes of Atoms and the Units Used to Represent Them
44(6)
Uncertainty and Significant Figures
50(3)
Atomic Numbers and Mass Numbers
53(3)
Isotopes and Atomic Weight
56(3)
Amounts of Substances: The Mole
59(1)
Molar Mass and Problem Solving
60(2)
The Periodic Table
62(2)
Portrait of a Scientist Ernest Rutherford
44(2)
Tools of Chemistry Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
46(8)
Tools of Chemistry Mass Spectrometer
54(6)
Estimation The Size of Avogadro's Number
60(2)
Portrait of a Scientist Dmitri Mendeleev
62(2)
An Elemental Anagram
64(2)
Running Out of an Element?
66(11)
Chemistry You Can Do Preparing a Pure Sample of an Element
68(9)
Chemical Compounds
77(46)
Molecular Compounds
78(3)
Naming Binary Inorganic Compounds
81(2)
Hydrocarbons
83(2)
Alkanes and Their Isomers
85(3)
Ions and Ionic Compounds
88(6)
Naming Ions and Ionic Compounds
94(3)
Properties of Ionic Compounds
97(3)
Moles of Compounds
100(4)
Percent Composition
104(2)
Determining Empirical and Molecular Formulas
106(2)
The Biological Periodic Table
108(3)
Biomolecules: Carbohydrates and Fats
111
Estimation Number of Alkane Isomers
86(24)
Chemistry You Can Do Pumping Iron: How Strong Is Your Breakfast Cereal?
110(1)
Dietary Selenium
110(13)
Quantities of Reactants and Products
123(41)
Chemical Equations
124(2)
Patterns of Chemical Reactions
126(7)
Balancing Chemical Equations
133(3)
The Mole and Chemical Reactions: The Macro-Nano Connection
136(5)
Reactions with One Reactant in Limited Supply
141(5)
Evaluating the Success of a Synthesis: Percent Yield
146(4)
Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
150(14)
Portrait of a Scientist Antoine Lavoisier
125(5)
Portrait of a Scientist Alfred Nobel
130(12)
Estimation How Much CO2 Is Produced by Your Car?
142(5)
Chemistry You Can Do Vinegar and Baking Soda: A Stoichiometry Experiment
147(17)
Chemical Reactions
164(50)
Exchange Reactions: Precipitation and Net Ionic Equations
165(7)
Acids, Bases, and Acid-Base Exchange Reactions
172(9)
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
181(4)
Oxidation Numbers and Redox Reactions
185(3)
Displacement Reactions, Redox, and the Activity Series
188(4)
Solution Concentration
192(6)
Molarity and Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
198(4)
Aqueous Solution Titrations
202(12)
Chemistry You Can Do Pennies, Redox, and the Activity Series of Metals
192(7)
Chemistry in the News Solving a Problem in Industrial Chemistry
199(15)
Energy and Chemical Reactions
214(58)
The Nature of Energy
215(3)
Conservation of Energy
218(5)
Heat Capacity
223(5)
Energy and Enthalpy
228(5)
Thermochemical Equations
233(2)
Enthalpy Changes for Chemical Reactions
235(5)
Where Does the Energy Come From?
240(2)
Measuring Enthalpy Changes: Calorimetry
242(4)
Hess's Law
246(2)
Standard Molar Enthalpies of Formation
248(5)
Chemical Fuels for Home and Industry
253(3)
Foods: Fuels for Our Bodies
256(16)
Portrait of a Scientist James P. Joule
216(2)
Estimation Earth's Kinetic Energy
218(16)
Chemistry You Can Do Work and Volume Change
234(5)
Chemistry You Can Do Rusting and Heating
239(16)
Chemistry in the News Can Hydrogen Be Stored in Tiny Tanks?
255(17)
Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table
272(57)
Electromagnetic Radiation and Matter
273(2)
Planck's Quantum Theory
275(5)
The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom
280(5)
Beyond the Bohr Model: The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom
285(3)
Quantum Numbers, Energy Levels, and Orbitals
288(6)
Atom Electron Configurations
294(7)
Ion Electron Configurations
301(6)
Periodic Trends: Atomic Radii
307(3)
Periodic Trends: Ionic Radii
310(2)
Periodic Trends: Ionization Energies
312(3)
Periodic Trends: Electron Affinities
315(1)
Ion Formation and Ionic Compounds
316(1)
Energy Considerations in Ionic Compound Formation
317(12)
Estimation Seeing Red
277(7)
Portrait of a Scientist Niels Bohr
284(1)
Chemistry You Can Do Using a Compact Disc as a Diffraction Grating
285(2)
Chemistry in the News Protons: What Shape?
287(17)
Tools of Chemistry Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Its Applications
304(25)
Covalent Bonding
329(54)
Covalent Bonding
330(2)
Single Covalent Bonds and Lewis Structures
332(5)
Single Covalent Bonds in Hydrocarbons
337(3)
Multiple Covalent Bonds
340(3)
Multiple Covalent Bonds in Hydrocarbons
343(5)
Bond Properties: Bond Length and Bond Energy
348(6)
Bond Properties: Bond Polarity and Electronegativity
354(3)
Formal Charge
357(2)
Lewis Structures and Resonance
359(4)
Exceptions to the Octet Rule
363(4)
Aromatic Compounds
367(2)
Molecular Orbital Theory
369(14)
Portrait of a Scientist Gilbert Newton Lewis
332(8)
Chemistry in the News Keeping Cool, but Safely
340(10)
Chemistry in the News Trans Fatty Acids
350(6)
Portrait of a Scientist Linus Pauling
356(10)
Chemistry in the News Biologically Reactive Oxygen and Antioxidants
366(17)
Molecular Structures
383(51)
Using Molecular Models
384(1)
Predicting Molecular Shapes: VSEPR
385(13)
Orbitals Consistent with Molecular Shapes: Hybridization
398(5)
Hybridization in Molecules with Multiple Bonds
403(2)
Molecular Polarity
405(4)
Noncovalent Interactions and Forces between Molecules
409(9)
Biomolecules: DNA and the Importance of Molecular Structure
418(4)
Chiral Molecules
422
Tools of Chemistry Infrared Spectroscopy
394(3)
A Molecule with a Bang
397(24)
Tools of Chemistry Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy
408(9)
Chemistry You Can Do Molecular Structure and Biological Activity
417(1)
Portrait of a Scientist Rosalind Franklin
418(3)
The Human Genome Project
421(13)
Estimation Base Pairs and DNA
422(12)
Gases and the Atmosphere
434(53)
The Atmosphere
435(1)
Properties of Gases
436(5)
Kinetic-Molecular Theory
441(3)
The Behavior of Ideal Gases
444(6)
The Ideal Gas Law
450(4)
Quantities of Gases in Chemical Reactions
454(3)
Gas Density and Molar Masses
457(2)
Gas Mixtures and Partial Pressures
459(5)
The Behavior of Real Gases
464(3)
Chemical Reactions in the Atmosphere
467(1)
Ozone and Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
468(3)
Chemistry and Pollution in the Troposphere
471(2)
Estimation Thickness of Earth's Atmosphere
437(11)
Portrait of a Scientist Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles
448(10)
Estimation Helium Balloon Buoyancy
458(11)
Portrait of a Scientist F. Sherwood Rowland
469(1)
Portrait of a Scientist Susan Solomon
470(2)
Chemistry You Can Do Particle Size and Visibility
472(1)
Hazy Observations
473(14)
Liquids, Solids, and Materials
487(57)
The Liquid State
488(3)
Vapor Pressure
491(3)
Phase Changes: Solids, Liquids, and Gases
494(11)
Water: An Important Liquid with Unusual Properties
505(3)
Types of Solids
508(3)
Crystalline Solids
511(7)
Network Solids
518(1)
Materials Science
519(4)
Metals, Semiconductors, and Insulators
523(5)
Silicon and the Chip
528(3)
Cement, Ceramics, and Glass
531
Melting Below Zero
506(38)
Chemistry You Can Do Melting Ice with Pressure
508(8)
Chemistry You Can Do Closest Packing of Spheres
516(3)
Portrait of a Scientist Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
519(1)
Tools of Chemistry X-Ray Crystallography
520(24)
Fuels, Organic Chemicals, and Polymers
544(64)
Petroleum
545(8)
Natural Gas and Coal
553(2)
Energy Conversions
555(3)
Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, the Greenhouse Effect, and Global Warming
558(5)
Organic Chemicals
563(1)
Alcohols and Their Oxidation Products
564(8)
Carboxylic Acids and Esters
572(4)
Synthetic Organic Polymers
576(15)
Biopolymers: Proteins and Polysaccharides
591(17)
Chemistry in the News Striking Diamonds in Oil
549(5)
Tools of Chemistry Gas Chromatography
554(4)
Estimation Burning Coal
558(14)
Portrait of a Scientist Percy Lavon Julian
572(11)
Chemistry You Can Do Making ``Gluep''
583(6)
Portrait of a Scientist Stephanie Louise Kwolek
589(19)
Chemical Kinetics: Rates of Reactions
608(62)
Reaction Rate
609(6)
Effect of Concentration on Reaction Rate
615(4)
Rate Law and Order of Reaction
619(6)
A Nanoscale View: Elementary Reactions
625(6)
Temperature and Reaction Rate: The Arrhenius Equation
631(4)
Rate Laws for Elementary Reactions
635(2)
Reaction Mechanisms
637(5)
Catalysts and Reaction Rate
642(3)
Enzymes: Biological Catalysts
645(7)
Catalysis in Industry
652(18)
Chemistry You Can Do Simulating First-Order and Zeroth-Order Reactions
622(3)
Estimation Pesticide Decay
625(3)
Chemistry You Can Do Kinetics and Vision
628(3)
Portrait of a Scientist Ahmed H. Zewail
631(16)
Chemistry You Can Do Enzymes: Biological Catalysts
647(4)
Chemistry in the News Protease Inhibitors and AIDS
651(19)
Chemical Equilibrium
670(47)
Characteristics of Chemical Equilibrium
671(3)
The Equilibrium Constant
674(8)
Determining Equilibrium Constants
682(4)
The Meaning of the Equilibrium Constant
686(2)
Using Equilibrium Constants
688(6)
Shifting a Chemical Equilibrium: Le Chatelier's Principle
694(7)
Equilibrium at the Nanoscale
701(2)
Controlling Chemical Reactions: The Haber-Bosch Process
703(14)
Chemistry in the News Equilibrium and Alzheimer's Disease
673(26)
Estimation Generating Gaseous Fuel
699(4)
Portrait of a Scientist Fritz Haber
703(14)
The Chemistry of Solutes and Solutions
717(47)
Solubility and Intermolecular Forces
718(6)
Enthalpy, Entropy, and Dissolving Solutes
724(1)
Solubility and Equilibrium
725(3)
Temperature and Solubility
728(2)
Pressure and Dissolving Gases in Liquids: Henry's Law
730(2)
Solution Concentration: Keeping Track of Units
732(7)
Vapor Pressures, Boiling Points, and Freezing Points of Solutions
739(7)
Osmotic Pressure of Solutions
746(4)
Colloids
750(1)
Surfactants
751(2)
Water: Natural, Clean, and Otherwise
753(11)
Chemistry in the News Bubbling Away: Delicate and Stout
731(14)
Portrait of a Scientist Jacobus Henricus van't Hoff
745(7)
Chemistry You Can Do Curdled Colloids
752(12)
Acids and Bases
764(52)
The Brønsted-Lowry Concept of Acids and Bases
765(6)
Carboxylic Acids and Amines
771(2)
The Autoionization of Water
773(2)
The pH Scale
775(4)
Ionization Constants of Acids and Bases
779(5)
Molecular Structure and Acid Strength
784(5)
Problem Solving Using Ka and Kb
789(5)
Acid-Base Reactions of Salts
794(6)
Lewis Acids and Bases
800(2)
Practical Acid-Base Chemistry
802
Portrait of a Scientist Arnold Beckman
777(1)
Chemistry in the news How Low Can You Go? Ultraacidic Water
777(39)
Estimation Using an Antacid
805(3)
Chemistry You Can Do Aspirin and Digestion
808(8)
Additional Aqueous Equilibria
816(41)
Buffer Solutions
817(11)
Acid-Base Titrations
828(8)
Acid Rain
836(1)
Solubility Equilibria and the Solubility Product Constant, Ksp
837(3)
Factors Affecting Solubility
840(7)
Precipitation: Will It Occur?
847(10)
Thermodynamics: Directionality of Chemical Reactions
857(51)
Reactant-Favored and Product-Favored Processes
858(1)
Chemical Reactions and Dispersal of Energy
859(2)
Measuring Dispersal of Energy: Entropy
861(6)
Calculating Entropy Changes
867(1)
Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
867(5)
Gibbs Free Energy
872(4)
Gibbs Free Energy Changes and Equilibrium Constants
876(6)
Gibbs Free Energy, Maximum Work, and Energy Resources
882(3)
Gibbs Free Energy and Biological Systems
885(7)
Conservation of Gibbs Free Energy
892(2)
Thermodynamic and Kinetic Stability
894
Portrait of a Scientist Ludwig Boltzmann
862(8)
Chemistry You Can Do Rubber Bands and Thermodynamics
870(14)
Chemistry in the news The Hindenburg Disaster--- Hydrogen or Thermite?
884(24)
Estimation Gibbs Free Energy and Automobile Travel
894(14)
Electrochemistry and Its Applications
908(56)
Redox Reactions
909(2)
Using Half-Reactions to Understand Redox Reactions
911(6)
Electrochemical Cells
917(4)
Electrochemical Cells and Voltage
921(5)
Using Standard Cell Potentials
926(4)
E° and Gibbs Free Energy
930(4)
Effect of Concentration on Cell Potential
934(4)
Neuron Cells
938(3)
Common Batteries
941(4)
Fuel Cells
945(2)
Electrolysis---Forcing Reactant-Favored Reactions to Occur
947(3)
Counting Electrons
950(3)
Corrosion---Product-Favored Reactions
953
Chemistry You Can Do Remove Tarnish the Easy Way
928(3)
Portrait of a Scientist Michael Faraday
931(11)
Portrait of a Scientist Wilson Greatbatch
942(3)
Hybrid Cars
945(19)
Estimation The Cost of Aluminum in a Soda Can
953(11)
Nuclear Chemistry
964(38)
The Nature of Radioactivity
965(1)
Nuclear Reactions
966(4)
Stability of Atomic Nuclei
970(5)
Rates of Disintegration Reactions
975(7)
Artificial Transmutations
982(1)
Nuclear Fission
983(5)
Nuclear Fusion
988(1)
Nuclear Radiation: Effects and Units
989(3)
Applications of Radioactivity
992
Portrait of a Scientist Glenn Seaborg
982(1)
Portrait of a Scientist Darleane C. Hoffmann
983(4)
Building a Repository for High-Level Nuclear Waste
987(15)
Chemistry You Can Do Counting Millirems: Your Radiation Exposure
991(11)
The Chemistry of the Main Group Elements
1002(43)
Formation of the Elements
1003(2)
Terrestrial Elements
1005(5)
Some Main Group Elements Extracted by Physical Methods: Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Sulfur
1010(2)
Some Main Group Elements Extracted by Electrolysis: Sodium, Chlorine, Magnesium, and Aluminum
1012(5)
Some Main Group Elements Extracted by Chemical Oxidation-Reduction: Phosphorus, Bromine, and Iodine
1017(3)
A Periodic Perspective: The Main Group Elements
1020(11)
Portrait of a Scientist Charles Martin Hall
1017(3)
Portrait of a Scientist Herbert H. Dow
1020(11)
Ammonia Synthesis under Mild Conditions
1031(14)
Chemistry of Selected Transition Elements and Coordination Compounds
1045
Properties of the Transition (d-Block) Elements
1046(5)
Iron and Steel: The Use of Pyrometallurgy
1051(4)
Copper: A Coinage Metal
1055(4)
Silver and Gold: The Other Coinage Metals
1059(2)
Chromium
1061(3)
Coordinate Covalent Bonds: Complex Ions and Coordination Compounds
1064(11)
Crystal-Field Theory: Color and Magnetism in Coordination Compounds
1075
Estimation Up and Down the East Coast
1053(7)
The Sacagawea Dollar Coin: In Search of Gold
1060
Chemistry You Can Do A Penny for Your Thoughts
1069(2)
Portrait of a Scientist Alfred Werner
1071
Appendices A.1
Problem Solving and Mathematical Operations
1(18)
Units, Equivalences, and Conversion Factors
19(5)
Physical Constants
24(1)
Sources of Chemical Data
25(1)
Naming Simple Organic Compounds
26(5)
Ionization Constants for Weak Acids at 25°C
31(1)
Ionization Constants for Weak Bases at 25°C
32(1)
Solubility Product Constants for Some Inorganic Compounds at 25°C
33(2)
Standard Reduction Potentials in Aqueous Solution at 25°C
35(3)
Selected Thermodynamic Values
38(7)
Answers to Problem-Solving Practice Problems 45(17)
Answers to Exercises 62(18)
Answers to Selected Questions for Review and Thought 80
Glossary 1(1)
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