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Author: Steven S Zumdahl; Susan A Zumdahl
Publisher: Belmont, CA : Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning, ©2010.
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All Authors / Contributors: Steven S Zumdahl; Susan A Zumdahl
ISBN: 9780547125329 0547125321 9780547168173 0547168179 9780495829928 0495829927 9780547168296 0547168292
OCLC Number: 314217952
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxv, 1064, 94 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: 1. Chemical foundations --
1.1. Chemistry : an overview --
1.2. The scientific method --
1.3. Units of measurement --
1.4. Uncertainty in measurement --
1.5. Significant figures and calculations --
1.6. Dimensional analysis --
1.7. Temperature --
1.8. Density --
1.9. Classification of matter --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
2. Atoms, molecules, and ions --
2.1. The early history of chemistry --
2.2. Fundamental chemical laws --
2.3. Dalton's atomic theory --
2.4. Early experiments to characterize the atom --
2.5. The modern view of atomic structure : an introduction --
2.6. Molecules and ions --
2.7. An introduction to the periodic table --
Chemical connections : Hassium fits right in --
2.8. Naming simple compounds --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 3. Stoichiometry --
3.1. Counting by weighing --
3.2. Atomic masses --
3.3. The mole --3.4. Molar mass --
3.5. Learning to solve problems --
3.6 Percent composition of compounds --
3.7. Determining the formula of a compound --
3.8. Chemical equations --
3.9. Balancing chemical equations --
3.10. Stoichiometric calculations : amounts of reactants and products --
Chemical impact : high mountains, low octane --
3.11. The concept of a limiting reactant --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
4. Types of chemical reactions and solution stoichiometry --
4.1. Water, the common solvent --
4.2. The nature of aqueous solutions : strong and weak electrolytes --
Chemical connections : Arrhenius : a man with solutions --
4.3. The composition of solutions --
Chemical connections : tiny laboratories --
4.4. Types of chemical reactions --
4.5. Precipitation reactions --
4.6. Describing reactions in solution --
4.7. Stoichiometry of precipitation reactions --
4.8. Acid-base reactions --
4.9. Oxidation-reduction reactions --
Chemical connections : iron zeroes in on pollution --
4.10. Balancing oxidation-reduction equations --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 5. Gases --
5.1. Pressure --
5.2. The gas laws of Boyle, Charles, and Avogadro --
5.3. The ideal gas law --
5.4. Gas stoichiometry --
5.5. Dalton's law of partial pressures --
Chemical connections : separating gases --
Chemical connections : the chemistry of air bags --
5.6. The kinetic molecular theory of gases --
5.7. Effusion and diffusion --
5.8. Real gases --
5.9. Chemistry in the atmosphere --
Chemical connections : acid rain : a expensive problem --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
6. Thermochemistry --
6.1. The nature of energy --
6.2. Enthalpy and calorimetry --
Chemical connections : nature has hot plants --
Chemical connections : firewalking : magic or science? --
6.3. Hess's law --
6.4. Standard enthalpies of formation --
6.5. Present sources of energy --
6.6. New energy sources --
Chemical connections : farming the wind --
Chemical connections : veggie gasoline? --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 7. Atomic structure and periodicity --
7.1. Electromagnetic radiation --
7.2. The nature of matter --
Chemical connections : chemistry that doesn't leave you in the dark --
Chemical connections : Thin is in --
7.3. The atomic spectrum of hydrogen --
7.4. The Bohr model --
Chemical connections : fireworks --
7.5. The quantum mechanical model of the atom --
7.6. Quantum numbers --
7.7. Orbital shapes and energies --
7.8. Electron spin and the Pauli principle --
7.9. Polyelectronic atoms --
7.10. The history of the periodic table --
7.11. The Aufbau principle and the periodic table --
7.12. Periodic trends in atomic properties --
7.13. The properties of a group : the alkali metals --
Chemical connections : potassium : too much of a good thing can kill you --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 8. Bonding : general concepts --
8.1. Types of chemical bonds --
Chemical connections : no lead pencils --
8.2. Electronegativity --
8.3. Bond polarity and dipole moments --
8.4. Ions : electron configurations and sizes --
8.5. Energy effects in binary ionic compounds --
8.6. Partial ionic character of covalent bonds --
8.7. The covalent chemical bond : a model --
8.8. Covalent bond energies and chemical reactions --
8.9. The localized electron bonding model --
8.10. Lewis structures --
Chemical connections : nitrogen under pressure --
8.11. Exceptions to the octet rule --
8.12. Resonance --
8.13. Molecular structure : the VSEPR model --
Chemical connections : chemical structure and communication : semiochemicals --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
9. Covalent bonding : orbitals --
9.1. Hybridization and the localized electron model --
9.2. The molecular orbital model --
9.3. Bonding in homonuclear diatomic molecules --
9.4. Bonding in heteronuclear diatomic molecules --
9.5. Combining the localized electron and molecular orbital models --
Chemical connections --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 10. Liquids and solids --
10.1. Intermolecular forces --
10.2. The liquid state --
10.3. An introduction to structures and types of solids --
Chemical connections --
Smart fluids --
10.4. Structure and bonding in metals --
Chemical connections : Closest packing of M & Ms --
Chemical connections : what sank the Titanic? --
10.5. Carbon and silicon : network atomic solids --
Chemical connections : transistors and printed circuits --
10.6. Molecular solids --
Chemical connections : Explosive sniffer --
10.7. Ionic solids --
10.8. Vapor pressure and changes of state --
10.9. Phase diagrams --
Chemical connections : making diamonds at low pressures : fooling Mother Nature --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
11. Properties of solutions --
11.1. Solution composition --
11.2. The energies of solution formation --
11.3. Factors affecting solubility --
Chemical connections : ionic liquids? --
11.4. The vapor pressures of solutions --
Chemical impact : the Lake Nyos tragedy --
Chemical connections : spray power --
11.5. Boiling-point elevation and freezing-point depression --
11.6. Osmotic pressure --
11.7. Colligative properties of electrolyte solutions --
Chemical connections : the drink of champions, water --
11.8. Colloids --
Chemical connections : organisms and ice formation --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 12. Chemical kinetics --
12.1. Reaction rates --
12.2. Rate laws : an introduction --
12.3. Determining the form of the rate law --
12.4. The integrated rate law --
12.5. Reaction mechanisms --
12.6. A model for chemical kinetics --
12.7. Catalysis --
Chemical connections : automobiles : air purifiers? --
Chemical connections : enzymes : nature's catalysts --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
13. Chemical equilibrium --
13.1. The equilibrium condition --
13.2. The equilibrium constant --
13.3. Equilibrium expressions involving pressures --
13.4. Heterogeneous equilibria --
13.5. Applications of the equilibrium constant --
13.6. Solving equilibrium problems --
13.7. Le Chatelier's principle --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
14. Acids and bases --
14.1. The nature of acids and bases --
14.2. Acid strength --
14.3. The pH scale --
Chemical connections --
Arnold Beckman, man of science --
14.4. Calculating the pH of strong acid solutions --
14.5. Calculating the pH of weak acid solutions --
14.6. Bases --
Chemical connections : amines --
14.7. Polyprotic acids --
14.8. Acid-base properties of salts --
14.9. The effect of structure on acid-base properties --
14.10. Acid-base properties of oxides --
14.11. The Lewis acid-base model --
Chemical connections : self-destructing paper --
14.12. Strategy for solving acid-base problems : a summary --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 15. Acid-Base equilibria --
15.1. Solutions of acids or bases containing a common ion --
15.2. Buffered solutions --
15.3. Buffering capacity --
15.4. Titrations and pH curves --
15.5. Acid-base indicators --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
16. Solubility and complex ion equilibria --
16.1 Solubility equilibria and the solubility product --
Chemical connections : the chemistry of teeth --
16.3 Equilibria involving complex ions --
For review Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
17. Spontaneity, entropy, and free energy --
17.1. Spontaneous processes and entropy --
17.2. Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics --
Chemical connections : entropy : an organizing force? --
17.3. The effect of temperature on spontaneity --
17.4. Free energy --
17.5. Entropy changes in chemical reactions --
17.6. Free energy and chemical reactions --
17.7. The dependence of free energy on pressure --
17.8. Free energy and equilibrium --
17.9. Free energy and work --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 18. Electrochemistry --
18.1. Balancing oxidation-reduction equations --
18.2 Galvanic cells --
18.3. Standard reduction potentials --
18.4. Cell potential, electrical work, and free energy --
18.5. Dependence of cell potential on concentration --
18.6. Batteries --
Chemical connections : Fuel cells : Portable energy --
18.7. Corrosion --
18.8. Electrolysis --
Chemical connections : the chemistry of sunken treasure --
18.9. Commercial electrolytic processes --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
19. The nucleus : a chemist's view --
19.1. Nuclear stability and radioactive decay --
19.2. The kinetics of radioactive decay --
19.3. Nuclear transformations --19.4. Detection and uses of radioactivity --
19.5. Thermodynamic stability of the nucleus --
19.6. Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion --
19.7. Effects of radiation --
Chemical connections : Future nuclear power --
Chemical connections --
Nuclear physics : an introduction --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 20. The representative elements --
20.1. A survey of the representative elements --
20.2. The group 1A elements --
20.3. Hydrogen --
20.4. The group 2A elements --
20.5. The group 3A elements --
20.6. The group 4A elements --
Chemical connections : Beethoven : hair is the story --
20.7. The group 5A elements --
20.8. The chemistry of nitrogen --
Chemical connections --
Nitrous oxide : Laughing gas that propels whipped cream and cars --
20.9. The chemistry of phosphorus --
20.10. The group 6A elements --
20.11. The chemistry of oxygen --
20.12. The chemistry of sulfur --
20.13. The group 7A elements --
20.14. The group 8A elements --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. 21. Transition metals and coordination chemistry --
21.1. The transition metals : a survey --
21.2. The first-row transition metals --
Chemical connections : titanium dioxide, miracle coating --
21.3. Coordination compounds --
Chemical connections : Alfred Werner : coordination chemist --
21.4. Isomerism --
Chemical connections : the importance of being cis --
21.5. Bonding in complex ions : the localized electron model --
21.6. The crystal field model --
Chemical connections : transition metal ions lend color to gems --
21.7. The biologic importance of coordination complexes --
Chemical connections : supercharged blood --
21.8. Metallurgy and iron and steel production --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises --
22. Organic and biological molecules --
22.1. Alkanes : saturated hydrocarbons --
22.2. Alkenes and alkynes --
22.3. Aromatic hydrocarbons --
22.4. Hydrocarbon derivatives --
22.5. Polymers --
Chemical connections : Wallace Hume Carothers --
22.6. Natural polymers --
Chemical connections : tanning in the shade --
For review --
Key terms --
Questions and exercises. Appendix 1. Mathematical procedures --
A1.1. Exponential notation --
A1.2. Logarithms --
A1.3. Graphing functions --
A1.4. Solving quadratic equations --
A1.5. Uncertainties in measurements --
Appendix 2. The quantitative kinetic molecular model --
Appendix 3. Spectral analysis --
Appendix 4. Selected thermodynamic data --
Appendix 5. Equilibrium constants and reduction potentials --
A5.1. Values of Ka for some common monoprotic acids --
A5.2. Stepwise dissociation constants for several common polyprotic acids --
A5.3. Values of Kb for some common weak bases --
A5.4. Ksp values at 25°C for common ionic solids --
A5.5. Standard reduction potentials at 25°C (298K) for many common half-reactions --
Appendix 6. SI units and conversion factors --
Glossary --
Answers to selected exercises --
Photo credits --
Index.
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    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "0547125321" ;
    schema:isbn "9780547125329" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780547168173>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "0547168179" ;
    schema:isbn "9780547168173" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780547168296>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "0547168292" ;
    schema:isbn "9780547168296" ;
    .


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