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This comprehensive book gives readers easy access to the basicconceptsand their relevantconnectionsof the chemical principles operating in everyday life. Numerous examples and real-world applications provide chemistry enthusiasts with long-term, meaningful understandings.Chapter topics include scientific measurements, matter and energy, models of the atom, chemical reactions, the mole concept, liquids and solids, acids and bases, oxidation and reduction, chemical equilibrium, nuclear and organic chemistry, and biochemistry.For those who understand that knowledge of chemistry constitutes an empowering life skill.
Table of Contents
|Please note this is the 4th edition|
|Introduction to Chemistry|
|Evolution of Chemistry|
|Uncertainty in Measurements|
|Rounding Off Nonsignificant Digits|
|Adding and Subtracting Measurements|
|Multiplying and Dividing Measurements|
|Unit Equations and Unit Factors|
|Unit Analysis Problem Solving|
|The Percent Concept|
|Problem Solving Organizer|
|The Metric System|
|Basic Units and Symbols|
|Metric Conversion Factors|
|Volume by Calculation|
|Volume by Displacement|
|The Density Concept|
|Heat and Specific Heat|
|Problem Solving Organizer|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 1-3|
|Matter and Energy|
|Physical States of Matter|
|Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures|
|Names and Symbols of the Elements|
|Metals, Nonmetals, and Semimetals|
|Compounds and Chemical Formulas|
|Physical and Chemical Properties|
|Physical and Chemical Changes|
|Conservation of Mass|
|Potential and Kinetic Energy|
|Conservation of Energy|
|Models of the Atom|
|Dalton Model of the Atom|
|Thomson Model of the Atom|
|Rutherford Model of the Atom|
|The Wave Nature of Light|
|The Quantum Concept|
|Bohr Model of the Atom|
|Energy Levels and Sublevels|
|Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom|
|The Periodic Table|
|Classification of Elements|
|The Periodic Law Concept|
|Groups and Periods of Elements|
|Properties of Elements|
|Blocks of Elements|
|Electron Dot Formulas|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 4-6|
|Language of Chemistry|
|Classification of Compounds|
|Writing Chemical Formulas|
|Binary Ionic Compounds|
|Ternary Ionic Compounds|
|Binary Molecular Compounds|
|Evidence for Chemical Reactions|
|Writing Chemical Equations|
|Balancing Chemical Equations|
|Classifying Chemical Reactions|
|The Activity Series Concept|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 7-8|
|The Mole Concept|
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