General Chemistry

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Chemistry - 896 pages
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Presenting the principles of chemistry, this text tries to strike a balance between theory and application, and qualitative and quantitative discussions. The book includes computer-generated molecular art, and the problem solving section of the book features conceptual and estimation examples.

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User Review  - locriian - LibraryThing

Not a very good textbook. Explanations were often unclear, even worse than my professor's which is saying something. Also includes these annoying little extra sections for more confusing topics, but they just confuse even more. Read full review


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Hill-University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Petrucci-California State University-San Bernardino

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