Exploring Chemical Elements and Their Compounds
Finding a book on the chemical elements that is neither an advanced, graduate-level text nor a simplistic overview for children is virtually impossible. Now, with "Exploring Chemical Elements and Their Compounds, " David L. Heiserman provides the perfect guide for anyone who needs a good solid introduction to all of the 107 chemical elements.
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