Chemistry Workbook For Dummies

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Hundreds of practice problems to help you conquer chemistry

Are you confounded by chemistry? Subject by subject, problem by problem, Chemistry Workbook For Dummies lends a helping hand so you can make sense of this often-intimidating subject. Packed with hundreds of practice problems that cover the gamut of everything you'll encounter in your introductory chemistry course, this hands-on guide will have you working your way through basic ...

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Overview

Hundreds of practice problems to help you conquer chemistry

Are you confounded by chemistry? Subject by subject, problem by problem, Chemistry Workbook For Dummies lends a helping hand so you can make sense of this often-intimidating subject. Packed with hundreds of practice problems that cover the gamut of everything you'll encounter in your introductory chemistry course, this hands-on guide will have you working your way through basic chemistry in no time.

You can pick and choose the chapters and types of problems that challenge you the most, or you can work from cover to cover. With plenty of practice problems on everything from matter and molecules to moles and measurements, Chemistry Workbook For Dummies has everything you need to score higher in chemistry.

  • Practice on hundreds of beginning-to-advanced chemistry problems
  • Review key chemistry concepts
  • Get complete answer explanations for all problems
  • Focus on the exact topics of a typical introductory chemistry course

If you're a chemistry student who gets lost halfway through a problem or, worse yet, doesn't know where to begin, Chemistry Workbook For Dummies is packed with chemistry practice problems that will have you conquering chemistry in a flash!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118940044
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/24/2014
  • Edition description: Workbook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 312
  • Sales rank: 265,061
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Peter J. Mikulecky, PhD, is a chemistry teacher, tutor,and mentor. Christopher R. Hren, M.A., is a chemistryteacher, father, and entrepreneur.

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  • Posted December 3, 2010

    NOT Recommended

    This book would have been pretty helpful if it wasn't for constant errors such as Mass "Number: 1, Atomic Number: 1 Is Chlorine" or " Sulphur= Atmic Number 16, Mass Number 32, Number of Protons 16, Number of Electrons 16, Number of Neutrons 12". I'm sure you can all see that the Hydrogen is the one which has an Atomic Number of 1 and it is number 1 on the Periodical Table of Elements, not Chlorine. And Number of Neutrons in Sulphur is 16 not 12. That along with many other mistakes, either the question is wrong, or the answer is wrong. I think that the editor should have done his job and actually edited this book.

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  • Posted October 17, 2009

    Chemistry for Dummies Workbook/Book

    Chemistry Workbook for Dummies is hard for people who are not very good with math/algebra. It is not very organized and goes very fast. Chemistry for Dummies book on the other hand is fantastic and I could not have passed chemistry without it. Really makes chemistry fun instead of painful

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