Chemistry: Structure and Dynamics

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 28, 2010 - Science - 928 pages
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Contents

Chapter1
2
Chapter2
31
Chapter3
71
Problems
113
Chapter4
123
SPECIAL TOPICS
164
Molecular Orbital Theory
170
Problems
176
SPECIALTOPICS
530
Problems
539
Problems
576
SPECIAL TOPICS
584
A4 Molecular Redox Reactions
590
Chapter 14
640
Problems
675
SPECIAL TOPICS
686

Problems
213
Chapter 6
221
the Gas Laws 247 6 19 Grahams Laws of Diffusion and Effusion 250 Problems 252 SPECIAL TOPICS
333
Solvent358 StateFunctions 273 7 6 TheFirstLawof Thermodynamics 274 8A 3 Boiling Point Elevation
361
Chapter 9
367
Metals
378
Problems
392
Metals Semiconductors and Insulators
398
Problems
407
Solubility of a Salt
448
Chapter 11
468
Problems
520
Problems
720
Appendix
A-1
Significant figures
A-8
Significant Figures and Unit Conversion
A-15
Appendix
B-1
Table B 6 Electron Affinities
B-8
Table B 8 AcidDissociation Equilibrium
B-10
Table B 14 BondDissociation Enthalpies B25
B-25
Appendix C
C-1
Appendix D
D-1
Answers to Checkpoints
I-1
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Dr. James Spencer is a professor of chemistry at Franklin and Marshall College. He has received a number of awards and commendations including the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, Bradley R. Dewey Award for Outstanding Scholarship, and the Chemical Manufacturers Association National Award for Teaching. Dr. Spencer was a founding member of the Council on Undergraduate Research, a national organization dedicated to promoting research in all disciplines by undergraduates. He was appointed chair of the ACS Task Force on the General Chemistry Curriculum, served as a member and chair of the Advanced Placement Chemistry Committee and now chairs the Advanced Placement Redesign Panel for Chemistry.

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