Chemistry for the Utterly Confused

Moore, John T. (Book - 2007)
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Banish bafflement in this tough subject! From formulas and lab techniques to the periodic table, Chemistry for the Utterly Confused focuses on the areas of maximum confusion and breaks down the most difficult chemistry topics into easy-to-understand concepts. This invaluable guide also teaches problem-solving skills you need to master this imposing subject. Whether you're in high school, in college, or simply brushing up on chemistry knowledge, this fun, easily accessible book will make understanding chemistry a breeze.
Authors: Moore, John T., 1947-
Title: Chemistry for the utterly confused
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2007
Characteristics: xix, 335 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: John Moore, Richard Langley
Notes: Includes index
"Use with this course: Chemistry 101"--Cover
Contents: Chemistry : first steps
Atoms, ions and molecules
Mass, moles, and equations
Aqueous solutions
Quantum theory and electrons
Periodic trends
Chemical bonding
Molecular geometry and hybridization
Intermolecular forces
Chemical equilibria
Acids and bases
Buffers and other equilibria
Entropy and free energy
Chemistry of the elements
Nuclear chemistry
Organic, biochemistry and polymers
Additional Contributors: Langley, Richard
ISBN: 007147529X
Branch Call Number: 540 M822cu 2007
Subject Headings: Chemistry Outlines, syllabi, etc
Topical Term: Chemistry
LCCN: 2006103422
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Sometimes after class you may, indeed, feel "utterly confused" but don't worry. This book will "banish your bafflement."

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