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Author: Bruce Averill
Genre: Chemistry
Publisher:
ISBN: 0321413709
Book Pages: 1233
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Emphasises on contemporary applications and an intuitive problem-solving approach that helps students discover the exciting potential of chemical science. This book incorporates fresh applications from the three major areas of modern research: materials, environmental chemistry, and biological science.


Author: Darrell Ebbing
Genre: Science
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305887299
Book Pages: 1152
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The eleventh edition was carefully reviewed with an eye toward strengthening the content available in OWLv2, end-of-chapter questions, and updating the presentation. Nomenclature changes and the adoption of IUPAC periodic table conventions are highlights of the narrative revisions, along with changes to the discussion of d orbitals. In-text examples have been reformatted to facilitate learning, and the accompanying Interactive Examples in OWLv2 have been redesigned to better parallel the problem-solving approach in the narrative. New Capstone Problems have been added to a number of chapters. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Author: Paul Flowers
Genre:
Publisher:
ISBN: 1947172646
Book Pages:
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Author: Jeffrey Gaffney
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780128104446
Book Pages: 638
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General Chemistry for Engineers explores the key areas of chemistry needed for engineers. This book develops material from the basics to more advanced areas in a systematic fashion. As the material is presented, case studies relevant to engineering are included that demonstrate the strong link between chemistry and the various areas of engineering. Serves as a unique chemistry reference source for professional engineers Provides the chemistry principles required by various engineering disciplines Begins with an 'atoms first' approach, building from the simple to the more complex chemical concepts Includes engineering case studies connecting chemical principles to solving actual engineering problems Links chemistry to contemporary issues related to the interface between chemistry and engineering practices


Author: Elijah Paddock Harris
Genre: Chemistry
Publisher:
ISBN: WISC:89039250980
Book Pages: 176
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Author:
Genre: Chemistry
Publisher:
ISBN: UCSD:31822015789308
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Author:
Genre: Chemistry
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015055737368
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Author: Linus Pauling
Genre: Science
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486134659
Book Pages: 992
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Revised third edition of classic first-year text by Nobel laureate. Atomic and molecular structure, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics correlated with descriptive chemistry. Problems.


Author: Sally A. Henrie
Genre: Science
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781482230215
Book Pages: 384
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Green chemistry involves designing novel ways to create and synthesize products and implement processes that will eliminate or greatly reduce negative environmental impacts. The Green Chemistry Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry provides educational laboratory materials that challenge students with the customary topics found in a general chemistry laboratory manual, while encouraging them to investigate the practice of green chemistry. Following a consistent format, each lab experiment begins with objectives and prelab questions highlighting important issues that must be understood prior to getting started. This is followed by detailed step-by-step procedures for performing the experiments. Students report specific results in sections designated for data, observations, and calculations. Once each experiment is completed, analysis questions test students’ comprehension of the results. Additional questions encourage inquiry-based investigations and further research about how green chemistry principles compare with traditional, more hazardous experimental methods. By placing the learned concepts within the larger context of green chemistry principles, the lab manual enables students to see how these principles can be applied to real-world issues. Performing laboratory exercises through green experiments results in a safer learning environment, limits the quantity of hazardous waste generated, and reduces the cost for chemicals and waste disposal. Students using this manual will gain a greater appreciation for green chemistry principles and the possibilities for future use in their chosen careers.


Author: Patrick E. McMahon
Genre: Science
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781351848220
Book Pages: 654
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The Survival Guide to Organic Chemistry: Bridging the Gap from General Chemistry enables organic chemistry students to bridge the gap between general chemistry and organic chemistry. It makes sense of the myriad of in-depth concepts of organic chemistry, without overwhelming them in the necessary detail often given in a complete organic chemistry text. Here, the topics covered span the entire standard organic chemistry curriculum. The authors describe subjects which require further explanation, offer alternate viewpoints for understanding and provide hands-on practical problems and solutions to help master the material. This text ultimately allows students to apply key ideas from their general chemistry curriculum to key concepts in organic chemistry.