General Chemistry: Understanding Moles, Bonds, and Equilibria,
Volume 1 introduces students to foundational concepts in chemistry
with emphasis on real-world application. Throughout the text,
students learn how the study of chemistry supports material
science, forensics, medicine, and other disciplines. The text is
organized into 13 chapters that can be taught traditionally or in a
non-linear fashion. Topics include the scientific method, atoms,
mass and molecules, aqueous solutions, gases, thermochemistry,
electrons in atoms, and electron configuration. Students learn
about chemical bonding, molecular geometry, liquids and solids, and
mixtures. The book features problems that span multiple chapters,
topic boxes that contain worked examples, concurrent presentation
of the VSEPR and Valence Bond theories to allow each to reinforce
the other, and integration of environmental topics within distinct
sections of appropriate chapters. Introductions, summaries,
problems, application examples, and meaningful appendices further
facilitate student learning, rendering General Chemistry an ideal
textbook for foundational chemistry courses. General Chemistry:
Understanding Moles, Bonds, and Equilibria, Volume 2 is a
continuation of this text with further coverage of equilibria,
thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry, and
biochemistry and biotechnology.
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