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Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity

Content: PART ONE: THE BASIC TOOLS OF CHEMISTRY: Basic concepts of chemistry -- Let's review: the tools of quantitative chemistry -- Atoms, molecules, and ions -- Chemical reactions -- Stoichiometry: quantitative information about chemical reactions -- Principles of chemical reactivity: energy and chemical reactions -- Interchapter: The chemistry of fuels and energy resources -- PART TWO: THE STRUCTURE OF ATOMS AND MOLECULES: The structure of atoms -- The structure of atoms and periodic trends -- Interchapter: Milestones in the development of chemistry and the modern view of atoms and molecules -- Bonding and molecular structure -- Bonding and molecular structure: orbital hybridization and molecular orbitals -- Carbon: not just another element -- Interchapter: The chemistry of life: biochemistry -- PART THREE: STATES OF MATTER: Gases and their properties -- Intermolecular forces and liquids -- The chemistry of solids -- Solutions and their behavior -- Interchapter: The chemistry of modern materials -- PART FOUR: THE CONTROL OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS: Chemical kinetics: the rate of chemical reactions -- Principles of chemical reactivity: equilibria -- Principles of chemical reactivity: the chemistry of acids and bases -- Principles of chemical reactivity: other aspects of aqueous equilibria -- Principles of chemical reactivity: entropy and free energy -- Principles of chemical reactivity: electronic transfer reactions -- Interchapter: The chemistry of the environment -- PART FIVE: THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ELEMENTS AND THEIR COMPOUNDS: The chemistry of the main group elements -- The chemistry of the transition elements -- Nuclear chemistry -- APPENDICES
(8th ed.)
Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning
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