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Chemistry / Steven S. Zumdahl, Susan A. Zumdahl.

By: Zumdahl, Steven S.
Contributor(s): Zumdahl, Susan A.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Houghton Mifflin, c2009Edition: 7th ed.Description: xix, 1056 p. [88 p.] : ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 054705405X (hbk. : Media enhanced ed.); 9780547054056 (hbk. : Media enhanced ed.).Subject(s): ChemistryDDC classification: 540
Contents:
1. Chemical foundations. - 2. Atoms, molecules, and ions. - 3. Stoichiometry. - 4. Types of chemical reactions and solution stoichiometry. - 5. Gases. - 6. Thermochemistry. - 7. Atomic structure and periodicity. - 8. Bonding: General concepts. - 9. Covalent bonding: Orbitals. - 10. Liquids and solids. - 11. Properties of solutions. - 12. Chemical kinetics. - 13. Chemical equilibrium. - 14. Acids and bases. - 15. Applications of aqueous equilibria. - 16. Spontaneity, entropy, and free energy. - 17. Electrochemistry. - 18. The nucleus: a chemist's view. - 19. The representative elements: Groups 1A through 4A. - 20. The representative elements: Groups 5A through 8A. - 21. Transition metals and coordination chemistry. - 22. Organic and biological molecules.
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1. Chemical foundations. - 2. Atoms, molecules, and ions. - 3. Stoichiometry. - 4. Types of chemical reactions and solution stoichiometry. - 5. Gases. - 6. Thermochemistry. - 7. Atomic structure and periodicity. - 8. Bonding: General concepts. - 9. Covalent bonding: Orbitals. - 10. Liquids and solids. - 11. Properties of solutions. - 12. Chemical kinetics. - 13. Chemical equilibrium. - 14. Acids and bases. - 15. Applications of aqueous equilibria. - 16. Spontaneity, entropy, and free energy. - 17. Electrochemistry. - 18. The nucleus: a chemist's view. - 19. The representative elements: Groups 1A through 4A. - 20. The representative elements: Groups 5A through 8A. - 21. Transition metals and coordination chemistry. - 22. Organic and biological molecules.