ISBN-10:
0030520029
ISBN-13:
9780030520020
Pub. Date:
01/01/1999
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Holt Chemistry: Student Edition 2000 / Edition 1

Holt Chemistry: Student Edition 2000 / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780030520020
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publication date: 01/01/1999
Series: Holt Chemistry Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 864
Product dimensions: 8.72(w) x 1.40(h) x (d)
Age Range: 14 Years

Table of Contents

The Science of Chemistry
2(36)
A Wonder Drug
3(35)
What is chemistry?
4(6)
What is matter?
10(10)
What is the nature of matter?
20(6)
How is matter classified?
26
How To Use conversion factors
14
Consumer Focus Aspirin
9(8)
QuickLab Thickness of Aluminum Foil
17(8)
Element Spotlight Aluminum
25(6)
Inquiry Lab Using Physical Properties to Separate a Mixture
31(7)
Matter and Energy
38(34)
The Last Voyage of the Grandcamp
39(33)
What is energy?
40(8)
What is the process of science?
48(8)
How do chemists measure quantities?
56(6)
How To Determine the number of significant figures
62
Inquiry Lab Applications of the Scientific Method
49(12)
U.S. Pennies Comparison
61
QuickLab Model of a Black Box
53(12)
Element Spotlight Helium
65(7)
Atomic Structure and Electron Configuration
72(38)
Excited Atoms and the Fourth of July
73(37)
How do we know atoms exist?
74(8)
What is the internal structure of atoms?
82(10)
How are an atom's electrons configured?
92(8)
How To Write an electron configuration
100
Consumer Focus Essential Elements
91(12)
Element Spotlight Beryllium
103(7)
The Periodic Table
110(46)
Periodic Trends and a Medical Mystery
111(45)
What makes a group of elements?
112(13)
What gives metals their distinctive properties?
125(9)
What trends are found in the periodic table?
134(9)
Where did the elements come from?
143
Element Spotlight Oxygen
124(8)
Science & Technology Superconductors
132(24)
Ionic Compounds
156(36)
Ions in the Yearbook
157(35)
How are ions different from atoms?
158(8)
What holds a salt together?
166(10)
What are polyatomic ions?
176
How To Write formulas for binary ionic compounds
164(14)
Write the name of a compound containing a polyatomic ion
178(1)
Write the formula for a compound containing a polyatomic ion
179(2)
Assign oxidation numbers to atoms in a polyatomic ion
181
Element Spotlight Sodium
165(3)
QuickLab Can You Tell a Crystal by Its Shape?
168(24)
Covalent Bonds and Molecular Forces
192(40)
Life, Water, and Mars
193(39)
Why do some atoms form covalent bonds?
194(8)
How are molecules depicted?
202(12)
How are molecular shapes determined?
214(5)
What forces exist between molecules?
219
How To Draw Lewis structures
204(3)
Draw Lewis structures with multiple bonds
207(3)
Draw Lewis structures of polyatomic ions
210(10)
QuickLab Watery Attraction
220(12)
Carbon and Organic Compounds
232(40)
Covalent Bonding and Trash Bags
233(39)
What kinds of covalent compounds can carbon form?
234(10)
How are carbon compounds named and drawn?
244(9)
What is a polymer?
253
How To Name branched hydrocarbons
247(4)
Decipher skeletal structures
251(6)
QuickLab Properties of Polymers
257(7)
Consumer Focus Recycling Codes for Plastic Products
264(8)
The Mole
272(34)
Sir Hugh's Book
273(33)
How are atoms counted and measured?
274(10)
How is the mole concept related to chemical formulas?
284
How To Use the sample problems in this text
276(22)
Element Spotlight Silicon
298(8)
Chemical Equations
306(36)
Reactivity and the Statue of Liberty
307(35)
What is a chemical reaction?
308(4)
How are chemical equations for reactions written?
312(6)
What does a chemical equation tell you?
318(7)
How are chemical reactions classified?
325(6)
Consumer Focus Fire Extinguishers
331(1)
Science & Technology Protease Inhibitors
332(10)
Stoichiometry
342(40)
Mass Relationships and Feeding the Army
343(39)
How much can a reaction produce?
344(13)
How much does a reaction really produce?
357(10)
How can stoichiometry be used?
367
How To Solve stoichiometry problems
349(33)
Causes of Change
382(40)
Energy and Low-Emission Cars
383(39)
How does heat differ from other forms of energy?
384(8)
How does temperature affect enthalpy and entropy?
392(4)
What happens during a change of state?
396(6)
How does thermodynamics apply to reactions and nutrition?
402
QuickLab A Randomness Model
386(28)
Element Spotlight Hydrogen
414(8)
Gases and Liquids
422(44)
Ascent into the Ozone
423(43)
What are the characteristics of gases?
424(9)
What behaviors are described by the gas laws?
433(13)
How do the gas laws fit together?
446(8)
What conditions will cause a gas to condense?
454
Consumer Focus Non-CFC Air Conditioning
432(5)
QuickLab Pressure Relief
437(8)
Element Spotlight Nitrogen
445(7)
Science & Technology Supercritical Fluids
452(14)
Solutions
466(44)
Solubility and the Arctic Bear Hunt
467(43)
What is a solution?
468(11)
Does substance A dissolve in substance B?
479(8)
What causes conductivity in solutions?
487(8)
How are a liquid's properties changed by solutes?
495
How To Prepare 1.000 L of a 0.5000 M solution
472(5)
Inquiry Lab The Color of M&M® Candies
477(17)
Consumer Focus Sports Drinks
494(16)
Chemical Equilibrium
510(30)
Fertilizers, Explosives, and World War I
511(29)
What is an equilibrium system?
512(11)
How is equilibrium measured?
523
Element Spotlight Lead
522(2)
QuickLab Finding Equilibrium
524(16)
Acids and Bases
540(46)
Chemical Foes Do Battle
541(45)
What are acids and bases?
542(8)
Can the strengths of acids and bases be quantified?
550(9)
How are acidity and pH related?
559(10)
What is a titration?
569
How To Use logarithms in pH calculations
561(13)
Carry out a titration
574
QuickLab An Acid Among Us
564(4)
Consumer Focus Antacids
568(18)
Reaction Rates
586(32)
More Red Tides in Our Future?
587(31)
What is a reaction rate?
588(11)
How can reaction rates be explained?
599(5)
How do catalysts change the rates of chemical reactions?
604
QuickLab Measuring Reaction Rate
590(3)
Element Spotlight Magnesium
593(25)
Electrochemistry
618(38)
Faraday's Fish
619(37)
What is electrochemistry all about?
620(8)
How are electrolytic cells used?
628(7)
How do batteries work?
635(9)
What can be learned from an equilibrium cell?
644
Element Spotlight Chlorine
634(3)
QuickLab Listen Up
637(5)
Science & Technology Fuel Cells
642(14)
Nuclear Chemistry
656(169)
The Iceman Meets Nuclear Chemistry
657(137)
Which atomic nuclei are stable?
658(6)
What kinds of nuclear change occur?
664(12)
How is nuclear chemistry used?
676
Science & Technology Radioactivity
674(120)
Appendices
Appendix A Reference Tables
794(12)
A-1 SI Measurement
794(1)
A-2 Abbreviations
794(1)
A-3 Symbols
795(1)
A-4 Water-Vapor Pressure
795(1)
A-5 Physical Constants
796(1)
A-6 Common Ions
797(1)
A-7 The Elements---Symbols, Atomic Numbers, and Atomic Masses
798(1)
A-8 Properties of Common Elements
799(1)
A-9 Densities of Gases at STP
800(1)
A-10 Density of Water
800(1)
A-11 Solubilities of Gases in Water
800(1)
A-12 Solubilities of Compounds
801(1)
A-13 Standard Thermodynamic Properties
802(1)
A-14 Heat of Combustion
803(1)
A-15 Comparison of Ionic and Atomic Radii
804(1)
A-16 Agencies Regulating Chemicals in the United States
805(1)
Appendix B Reading and Study Skills
806(11)
How To Make power notes
806(2)
How To Make pattern puzzles
808(2)
How To Make KWL notes
810(2)
How To Make two-column notes
812(2)
How To Make concept maps
814(3)
Appendix C Answers to Selected Problems
817(8)
Glossary 825(8)
Index 833(14)
Credits 847

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