Foundations of College Chemistry – Morris Hein, Susan Arena – 13th Edition

A text for a preparatory course, a one-semester general purpose course, and for a course for nonscience majors, with emphasis on problem-solving skills and real-world aspects of .

Pedagogical features include color diagrams and photos, margin notes, concept boxes, and step-by-step instructions for solving problems, as well as concept reviews, key terms, questions, and ample exercises with answers, plus a glossary. This includes new chemistry-in-action boxes, multi-chapter reviews, and more material on using calculators. This seventh alternate is a shorter version of the 10th of the same title.

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An Introduction to Chemistry
Standards for Measurement
and Compounds
Properties of Matter
Early Atomic Theory and Structure
Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds
Quantitative Composition of Compounds
Chemical
Calculations from Chemical Equations
Modern Atomic Theory and the Periodic Table
Chemical Bonds: The Formation of Compounds from Atoms
The Gaseous State of Matter
Properties of Liquids
Solutions
Acids, Bases, and Salts
Chemical
Oxidation-Reduction
Nuclear Chemistry
Introduction to Chemistry
Introduction to Biochemistry

Title: Foundations of College Chemistry
Author: Morris Hein / Susan Arena
Edition: 13th Edition
ISBN: 0470554908 | 9780470554906
Type: eBook
Language: English
General Chemistry
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