Conceptual Chemistry / Edition 4

Conceptual Chemistry / Edition 4

by John A. Suchocki
     
 

ISBN-10: 0136054536

ISBN-13: 9780136054535

Pub. Date: 01/18/2010

Publisher: Prentice Hall

A conversational and clear writing style has made John Suchocki’s Conceptual Chemistry a leader in liberal arts chemistry. Presenting chemistry conceptually, Suchocki builds a base from which non-science students may view our world more perceptively, helping them visualize the behavior of atoms and molecules to understand our macroscopic environment.  See more details below

Overview

A conversational and clear writing style has made John Suchocki’s Conceptual Chemistry a leader in liberal arts chemistry. Presenting chemistry conceptually, Suchocki builds a base from which non-science students may view our world more perceptively, helping them visualize the behavior of atoms and molecules to understand our macroscopic environment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780136054535
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
01/18/2010
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

1. Chemistry is a Science: Looking at the world margin-left: atoms and molecules.
2. Elements margin-left: Chemistry: Understanding chemistry through its language.
3. Discovering the Atom and Subatomic Particles: Where we've been and what we now know.
4. The Atomic Nucleus: Know nukes.
5. Atomic Models: Virtual handles on the very real.
6. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Shapes: How atoms connect to one another.
7. Molecular Mixing: How molecules attract one another.
8. Those Incredible Water Molecules: Macroscopic consequences margin-left: molecular stickiness.
9. An Overview margin-left: Chemical Reactions: How reactants react to form products.
10. Acids and Bases: Transferring protons.
11. Oxidations and Reductions: Transferring electrons.
12. Organic Compounds: A survey margin-left: carbon-based molecules.
13. Chemicals margin-left: Life: The nutrients that make us.
14. The Chemistry margin-left: Drugs: Understanding drug action.
15. Optimizing Food Production: From the good Earth.
16. Fresh Water Resources: Our roles and responsibilities.
17. Air Resources: One planet, one atmosphere.
18. Material Resources: A look at the materials margin-left: our society.
19. Energy Resources: Managing for the present andfuture.

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