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Illustrated Dictionary of Chemistry by Fiona Johnson

Illustrated Dictionary of Chemistry

Part of the Usborne Illustrated Dictionaries Series


Illustrated Dictionary of Chemistry by Fiona Johnson

This is a new edition of this popular title, which provides a fantastic reference point for students studying for their SATs and GCSE's. It is split into 6 colour coded sections covering all aspects of the curriculum, such as acids and alkalines, reaction rates and the periodic, as well as a general information section which includes essential charts and tables. It is brightly and clearly illustrated. It is internet-linked to further online educational resources through the Usborne Quicklinks website.

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Publication date

1st January 2012


Fiona Johnson

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Usborne Publishing Ltd


128 pages


Educational: Chemistry



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