Chemical Principles

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Macmillan, Dec 11, 2009 - Science - 1024 pages
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Written for calculus-inclusive general chemistry courses, Chemical Principles helps students develop chemical insight by showing the connections between fundamental chemical ideas and their applications.  Unlike other texts, it begins with a detailed picture of the atom then builds toward chemistry’s frontier, continually demonstrating how to solve problems, think about nature and matter, and visualize chemical concepts as working chemists do.
 
Flexibility in level is crucial, and is largely established through clearly labeling (separating in boxes) the calculus coverage in the text: Instructors have the option of whether to incorporate calculus in the coverage of topics.
 
The multimedia integration of Chemical Principles is more deeply established than any other text for this course.  Through the unique eBook, the comprehensive ChemPortal, Living Graph icons that connect the text to the Web, and a complete set of animations, students can take full advantage of the wealth of resources available to them to help them learn and gain a deeper understanding. 
 
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Atoms The Quantum World
Chemical Bonds
Molecular Shape and Structure
The Properties of Gases
Liquids and Solids
Inorganic Materials 57
Thermodynamics The First Law
Acids and Bases
Aqueous Equilibria
Electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics
The Elements The Main Group Elements
The Elements The d Block
Nuclear Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I The Hydrocarbons

Thermodynamics The Second and Third Laws
Physical Equilibria
Chemical Equilibria
Organic Chemistry II Polymers and Biological Compounds
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P. W. Atkins is a fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Professor of Physical Chemistry. His works include The Periodic Kingdom, Atoms, Electrons, and Change as well as the best-selling textbook Physical Chemistry.

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