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Introduction to Chemistry

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  1. Book ImageCalculations in Chemistry: An Introduction

    Donald J. Dahm, Eric A. Nelson

    Second Edition

    Helps students overcome the biggest barrier to their success in chemistry: math.More

  2. Book ImageChemistry: The Science in Context

    Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss, Natalie Foster, Et Al.

    Fifth Edition

    A text and media package that helps students develop their molecular-visualization skills as a key part of becoming expert problem solvers.More

  3. Book ImageChemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach

    Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss, Stacey Lowery Bretz, Et Al.

    Second Edition

    Not just Atoms-First, Atoms-Focused. An atoms-first text and media program that goes beyond a reorganization of topics, emphasizes the particulate nature of matter throughout the book, art, and problems, and helps students develop their molecular visualization skills as they learn to become expert problem-solvers.More

  1. Book ImageChemistry: The Science in Context

    Geoffrey Davies, Natalie Foster, Thomas R. Gilbert, Et Al.

    Fourth Edition

    Written and designed to help all types of learners become expert problem solvers.More

  2. Book ImageChemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach

    Natalie Foster, Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss

    More than atoms first—atoms focused.More

  3. Book ImageChemConnections Activity Workbook

    Sharon Anthony, Kevin L. Braun, Heather Mernitz

    Make chemistry memorable: choose from fifty-nine collaborative activities that will make your general chemistry lecture, recitation, homework, or lab more relevant, interactive, and collaborative.More

  4. Book ImageObsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie Curie

    Barbara Goldsmith

    The bestselling, "excellent…poignant—and scientifically lucid—portrait" (New York Times Book Review) of the remarkable Marie Curie.More

  5. Book ImageChemConnections: Water Treatment: How Can We Make Our Water Safe to Drink?

    Susan E. Kegley, Doug Landfear, David Jenkins, Et Al.

    Second Edition

    ChemConnections modules cover a broad range of chemical topics and supply research-base, classroom-tested, active learning strategies that guide students through the scientific process.More

  6. Book ImageChemConnections: What's in a Star?

    Melissa Kido, Susan E. Kegley, Greg Bothun, Et Al.

    Second Edition

    ChemConnections modules cover a broad range of chemical topics and supply research-based, classroom-tested, active learning strategies that guide students through the scientific process.More

  7. Book ImageChemConnections: Should We Recommend Building a Copper Mine?

    Paul Charlesworth, Mary Walczak, Doug Williams, Et Al.

    Copper: what is its source, and what does it cost? Does it matter how we produce it? What are the environmental consequences?More

  8. Book ImageChemConnections: What Should We Do about Global Warming?

    Sharon Anthony, Tricia Ferrett, Jade Bender

    Second Edition

    ChemConnections modules cover a broad range of chemical topics and supply research-base, classroom-tested, active learning strategies that guide students through the scientific process.More

  9. Book ImageChemConnections: Build a Better CD Player: How Can You Get Blue Light from a Solid?

    Herbert Beall, Dean J. Campbell, Arthur B. Ellis, Et Al.

    This module challenges students to think about a question in materials design—how to get light out of a solid.More

  10. Book ImageChemConnections: Computer Chip Thermochemistry: How Can We Create an Integrated Circuit from Sand?

    Susan E. Kegley, Jennifer G. Loeser, Marco Molinaro, Et Al.

    The fabrication of integrated circuits on silicon-based semiconductors is used to introduce students to the rapidly growing industry of semiconductor processing. Enthalpy, entropy, and Gibbs free energy are introduced sequentially as the various fabrication steps are considered.More

  11. Book ImageChemConnections: Would You Like Fries with That? The Fuss about Fat in Our Diet

    Sandra Laursen, Heather Mernitz

    Fat is an important nutrient in our diets, but some dietary fats have been linked to an increased risk of chronic diseases.More

  12. Book ImageChemConnections: How Can We Reduce Air Pollution from Automobiles?

    Howard Drossman, Wayne Tikkanen, Sandra Laursen

    ChemConnections modules cover a broad range of chemical topics and supply research-base, classroom-tested, active learning strategies that guide students through the scientific process.More

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