Chemistry

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  1. Book ImageOrganic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms

    Joel Karty

    Understanding over memorization.More

  2. Book ImageChemistry: The Science in Context

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

    Fourth Edition

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

  3. Book ImageOrganic Chemistry

    Maitland Jones, Jr., Steven A. Fleming

    Fifth Edition

    “Visualize, Understand, Draw” helps students to move beyond memorization.More

  4. Book ImageOrganic Reaction Animations: Online Version

    Steven A. Fleming, Greg Hart, Paul Savage

    Organic Reaction Animations (ORA) is a compilation of more than 50 organic reactions whose pathways have been calculated and animated to help students visualize the events that occur in the most important organic reactions.More

  5. Book ImageChemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach

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

    More than atoms first—atoms focused.More

  6. Book ImageClickers in Action: Active Learning in Organic Chemistry

    Suzanne M. Ruder

    An instructor-oriented resource providing information on implementing clickers in organic chemistry courses. Part I gives instructors information on how to choose and manage a CRS system, develop effective questions, and integrate the questions into their courses. Part II...More

  7. Book ImageCalculations in Chemistry: An Introduction

    Donald J. Dahm, Eric A. Nelson

    A research-backed learning system for preparatory chemistry that systematically reinforces both the fundamental concepts and math skills that are prerequisites for success in general chemistry.More

  8. 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

  9. Book ImageWhat Einstein Kept Under His Hat: Secrets of Science in the Kitchen

    Robert L. Wolke, Marlene Parrish

    “All you have to do is ask ‘why’ and open to any page. Good luck putting it down.” —Alton Brown, host of Good Eats and Iron ChefMore

  10. Book ImageClickers in Action: Increasing Student Participation in General Chemistry

    Margaret R. Asirvatham

    An indispensable resource on using clickers in your general chemistry course.
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  11. Book ImageWhat Einstein Told His Cook: Kitchen Science Explained

    Robert L. Wolke

    "Wolke is Martha Stewart with a PhD."—?American Scientist?More

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

    Barbara Goldsmith

    Through family interviews, diaries, letters, and workbooks that had been sealed for over sixty years, Barbara Goldsmith reveals the Marie Curie behind the myth—an all-too-human woman struggling to balance a spectacular scientific career, a demanding family, the prejudice of society, and her own passionate nature. Obsessive Genius is a dazzling portrait of Curie, her amazing scientific success, and the price she paid for fame.More

  13. Book ImageWhat Einstein Told His Cook 2: The Sequel: Further Adventures in Kitchen Science

    Robert L. Wolke, Marlene Parrish

    The scientist in the kitchen tells us more about what makes our foods tick.More

  14. 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

  15. 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

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