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Understanding Chemical Principles: A Learning Companion / Edition 1
     

Understanding Chemical Principles: A Learning Companion / Edition 1

by Peter J. Krieger
 

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ISBN-10: 0136813216

ISBN-13: 2900136813216

Pub. Date: 09/21/1998

Publisher: Prentice Hall

This workmanual is especially designed for students or anyone who are uncomfortable with or underprepared for the math of applied chemistry.

Easy to read and follow, it is written in clear, simple language using a friendly, personal style that removes the mystery from the math and reveals “tricks of the trade” for reading and solving word problems,

Overview

This workmanual is especially designed for students or anyone who are uncomfortable with or underprepared for the math of applied chemistry.

Easy to read and follow, it is written in clear, simple language using a friendly, personal style that removes the mystery from the math and reveals “tricks of the trade” for reading and solving word problems, for choosing among alternative techniques for similar problems, etc. An abundance of questions and problems — with immediate feedback — provide ample opportunity for skill reinforcement.

For anyone interested in allied health chemistry, principles of chemistry, and preparatory chemistry.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900136813216
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
09/21/1998
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
256

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Table of Contents



How to Use This Manual.


 1. Measurement.


 2. Atomic Structure.


 3. Chemical Compounds.


 4. The Mole.


 5. Chemical Reactions.


 6. Calculations and Chemical Equations.


 7. Gas Laws.


 8. Chemical Equilibria.


 9. Concentration of Solutions.


10. Aqueous Equilibria.


11. Water, Acids, Bases, and Buffers.


12. Colligative Properties.


13. Nuclear Chemistry.


14. Hydrocarbon Families.


15. Alcohols, Acids, Esters, and Ethers.


16. Other Classes of Organic Compounds.


Solutions and Answers.


Index/Glossary.

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