Chemistry 101: The TextVookby Dr. Vook Ph.D and Charles River Editors
easy-to-digest format. This TextVook contains 4,000 words written and curated by Ivy League graduates, and stars Dr. Vook Ph.D., a smart professor who explains everything you need to know about electrons to
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Cut through the terminology and master chemistry quickly with this eBook. "Chemistry 101: The TextVook," presents the complex study of chemistry in an
easy-to-digest format. This TextVook contains 4,000 words written and curated by Ivy League graduates, and stars Dr. Vook Ph.D., a smart professor who explains everything you need to know about electrons to chemical reactions.
Find out about how to navigate the Periodic Table of Elements to how to master covalent bonding. Whether you're
interested in studying chemistry, brushing up on a course you took years ago, or personally fascinated by the elements, you will advance your knowledge.
With this book as your guide you will be able to read these 8 chapters:
- What is Chemistry and Why is it Important?
- Avogadro and His Mole
- Elements and the Periodic Table
- Bonding: How Electrons Keep the World Together
- Structure of Matter: Solids, Liquids, and Gases
- Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
- Acids, Bases, and Solutions
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If you are trying to get a book to be a type of lifesaver for any type of chemistry class, this is not the book. I'm in general chemistry now (university level) and I am having some struggles visualizing the concepts. My understanding is to understand the concepts, not memorize (I'm no specialist). This book is 22 pages of general words like 'cool' 'stuff you don't need to know'. It feels like the author is trying to tell you, Chemistry isn't complicated, and this book won't attempt to explain any of it... try again. If i was trying to understand any concepts of chemistry... I wouldn't recommend this book.
Good for an introduction but for not much else. In addition there are some formatting issues which makes things misleading. For example, they write Avogadro's number as 6.02 x 1023 instead of 6.02 x 10*23 (that is 10 to the 23rd power).
Trying to get into or back into chemistry? This crap is cheap and it pumped me up for a longer chemistry review book (Chemistry Essentials, for dummies). After that is the real college textbook. - Engineer major undergrad (hey whatever, sometimes you need whatever help/motivation you can get, one inch at a time)
Rip off alert!