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Table of Contents
|Keys To The Study Of Chemistry|
|The Components Of Matter|
|Stoichiometry Of Formulas And Equations|
|Three Major Classes Of Chemical Reactions|
|Gases And The Kinetic-Molecular Theory|
|Thermochemistry: Energy Flow And Chemical Change|
|Quantum Theory And Atomic Structure|
|Electron Configuration And Chemical Periodicity|
|Models Of Chemical Bonding|
|The Shapes Of Molecules|
|Theories Of Covalent Bonding|
|Intermolecular Forces: Liquids, Solids, And Phase Changes|
|The Properties Of Mixtures: Solutions And Colloids|
|The Main-Group Elements: Applying Principles Of Bonding And Structure|
|Organic Compounds And The Atomic Properties Of Carbon|
|Kinetics: Rates And Mechanisms Of Chemical Reactions|
|Equilibrium: The Extent Of Chemical Reactions|
|Ionic Equilibria In Aqueous Systems|
|Thermodynamics: Entropy, Free Energy, And The Direction Of Chemical Reactions|
|Electrochemistry: Chemical Change And Electrical Work|
|The Transition Elements And Their Coordination Compounds|
|Nuclear Reactions And Their Applications|
|Common Mathematical Operations In Chemistry|
|Standard Thermodynamic Values For Selected Substances At 298 K|
|Equilibrium Constants At 298 K|
|Standard Electrode (Half-Cell) Potentials At 298 K|
|Answers To Selected Problems|
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