Conceptual Chemistry: Understanding Our World of Atoms and Molecules

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2010 - Science - 481 pages
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A conversational and clear writing style has made John Suchocki's Conceptual Chemistry a leader in liberal arts chemistry. Presenting chemistry conceptually, Suchocki builds a base from which non-science students may view our world more perceptively, helping them visualize the behavior of atoms and molecules to understand our macroscopic environment.

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John Suchocki obtained his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University, which was followed by a two year postdoctorate in pharmacology at the Medical College of Virginia. He taught chemistry at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and then at Leeward Community College, where he received tenure and was highly active in the development of distance learning programs and student-centered learning curricula. In addition to writing Conceptual Chemistry, John is also the chemistry and astronomy coauthor of the college and high school editions of Conceptual Physical Science and Conceptual Integrated Science with physicist Paul Hewitt and others. John is currently an adjunct faculty member at Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont. He also produces science education multimedia through his company, Conceptual Productions (www.CPro.cc), writes and illustrates award-winning children's books featuring hands-on science activities (www.Styraki.com), and produces music through his recording label (www.CProMusic.com).

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