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Chemical principles

Author: Steven S Zumdahl
Publisher: Lexington, Mass. : D.C. Heath, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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This text is based on [the author's] experience ... teaching an accelerated general chemistry course for chemical sciences majors and other students who require a rigorous introductory course. These students typically have excellent credentials and an aptitude for chemistry, but have had only limited exposure to the fundamental concepts of chemistry ... Thus this book covers the advanced topics ... that one expects  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven S Zumdahl
ISBN: 0669393215 9780669393217
OCLC Number: 32652374
Description: xxi, 1043, 94 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
Contents: Chemists & chemistry --
Atoms, molecules, & ions --
Stoichiometry --
Types of chemical reactions & solution stoichiometry --
Gases --
Chemical equilibrium --
Acids & bases --
Applications of aqueous equilibria --
Energy, enthalpy & thermochemistry --
Spontaneity, entropy & free energy --
Electrochemistry --
Quantum mechanics & atomic theory --
Bonding --
Covalent bonding: Orbitals --
Chemical kinetics --
Liquids & solids --
Properties of solutions --
Representative elements: Groups 1A through 4A; Groups 5A through 8A --
Transition metals & coordination chemistry --
Nucleus --
Organic chemistry --
Biochemistry --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Steven S. Zumdahl.

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This text is based on [the author's] experience ... teaching an accelerated general chemistry course for chemical sciences majors and other students who require a rigorous introductory course. These students typically have excellent credentials and an aptitude for chemistry, but have had only limited exposure to the fundamental concepts of chemistry ... Thus this book covers the advanced topics ... that one expects in a course for chemical science majors, but it starts with the fundamentals, and then builds to the level required for more complete understanding ... In [the book, the author] takes advantage of the excellent math skills that these students possess. As a result, there are fewer worked-out examples.-Pref.

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