McGraw-Hill's 500 College Chemistry Questions: Ace Your College Exams

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 7, 2012 - Science - 192 pages
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500 Ways to Achieve Your Best Grades

We want you to succeed on your college chemistry midterm and final exams. That's why we've selected these 500 questions to help you study more effectively, use your preparation time wisely, and get your best grades. These questions are similar to the ones you'll find on a typical college exam, so you will know what to expect on test day. Each question includes comprehensive explanations in the answer key. Whether you have been studying all year or are doing a last-minute review, McGraw-Hill's 500 College Chemistry Questions will help you achieve the final grade you desire.

Sharpen your subject knowledge and build your test-taking confidence with:

  • 500 essential college chemistry questions with answers
  • Clear solutions in the answer key for every problem
  • Coverage from atomic mass to electrochemistry
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Measurement
1
Chapter 2 Structure of Matter
5
Chapter 3 Periodic Table
9
Chapter 4 Chemical Formulas
15
Chapter 5 Background for the Structure of the Atom
19
Chapter 6 Electronic Structure of the Atom
21
Chapter 7 Bonding
25
Chapter 8 Bonding Theory
29
Chapter 14 Solids and Liquids
53
Chapter 15 Oxidation and Reduction
57
Chapter 16 Properties of Solutions
61
Chapter 17 Thermodynamics
65
Chapter 18 Chemical Kinetics
71
Chapter 19 Equilibrium
77
Chapter 20 Acids and Bases
81
Chapter 21 Heterogeneous and Other Equilibria
87

Chapter 9 Organic Molecules
33
Chapter 10 Chemical Equations
37
Chapter 11 Stoichiometry
41
Chapter 12 Measures of Concentration
43
Chapter 13 Gases
47
Chapter 22 Electrochemistry
91
Chapter 23 Nuclear and Radiochemistry
97
Answers
101
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Dr. David E. Goldberg is the former chemistry department chairperson at Brooklyn College, the City University of New York. He is the author of Schaum's Outline of Beginning Chemistry.

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