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Chemistry Student Study Guide The Molecular Science by John A. Olmsted, Gregory M. Williams
  

Chemistry Student Study Guide The Molecular Science

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Chemistry Student Study Guide The Molecular Science by John A. Olmsted, Gregory M. Williams

Every morning many of us are energized by a cup of coffee. Imagine if you were as energized by understanding the chemistry in your morning cup from the coffee trees, which fill red coffee berries with caffeine and a variety of other chemical substances, to the feathery crystals formed by the caffeine molecules, to the decaffeinating machines, which use liquid solvents to remove this stimulant from some of the beans. Now, that's real chemical understanding! Olmsted and Williams' Fourth Edition of Chemistry , focuses on helping you see and think about the world (and even your coffee) as a chemist. This text helps you understand how chemical phenomena are governed by what happens at the molecular level, apply critical thinking skills to chemical concepts and problems, and master the basic mathematical techniques needed for quantitative reasoning. You ll see the world as chemists do, and learn to appreciate the chemical processes all around us. Revisions include a new, early energy chapter; revised coverage of bonding; expanded coverage of intermolecular forces; and, increased coverage of multiple equilibria, including polyprotic acids. New pedagogy strengthens students critical thinking and problem solving skills. Visual summaries at the end of each chapter use molecular and diagrammatic visual elements to summarize essential skills, concepts, equations, and terms. eGrade Plus provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including a complete online version of the text, links between problems and relevant sections in the online text, practice quizzes, the Visual Tutor, Interactive LearningWare problems, and lab demos, as well as homework management and presentation features for instructors.

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Publication date

11th November 2005

Author

John A. Olmsted, Gregory M. Williams

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Publisher

John Wiley & Sons Inc an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
408 pages

Categories

Chemistry

ISBN

9780471698371

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