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* Internet exercises available on the Web. * Topics and approach emphasize the development of scientific literacy. * Written in a clear, easy-to-read style. * Numerous experiments to choose from cover all topics typically covered in prep chemistry courses. * Avoids the use of known carcinogens and toxic metal salts. * Chemical Capsules demonstrate the relevance and importance of chemistry.
Table of Contents
|Introductory Concepts, Techniques, and Challenges|
|Mixtures: Separation and Purification|
|Lewis Structures and Molecular Models|
|Classification of Chemical Reactions|
|Empirical Formula of Zinc Oxide|
|Empirical Formula of a Hydrate|
|Stoichiometry of a Reaction|
|Enthalpies in Physical and Chemical Changes|
|Chemical Properties of Oxygen and Hydrogen|
|Distillation and Hardness of Water|
|Ionic Reactions and Conductivity|
|Analysis of Cations|
|Acidity and pH|
|Analysis of Bleach and Copper (II) Glycinate|
|The Rates of Chemical Reactions|
|Molecular Models of Organic Compounds|
|Solutions to Starred Prelaboratory Exercises|
|Common Ions by Charge|
|Solubility of Ionic Compounds|
|Properties of Elements|
|Chemical Toxicity, Safety, and Uses|
|Periodic Properties of the Elements|
|Chemists, Chemistry and Society|
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