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Chemistry Workbook For Dummies (Free PDF)

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When you’re fixed in the thickets of stoichiometry or bogged down by buffered solutions, you’ve got little use for rapturous poetry about the atomic splendor of the universe. What you need is a little practical assistance. Subject by subject, problem by problem, this book extends a helping hand to pull you out of the thickets and bogs.

The topics covered in this book are those most often covered in a first course of chemistry. The focus is on problems — problems like those you may encounter in homework or on exams. We give you just enough theory to grasp the principles at work in the problems. Then we tackle example problems. Then you tackle practice problems.

This workbook is modular. You can pick and choose those chapters and types of problems that challenge you the most; you don’t have to read this book cover to cover if you don’t want to. If certain topics require you to know other topics in advance, we tell you so and point you in the right direction. Most importantly, worked-out solutions and explanations are provided for every problem.

Part I: Getting Cozy with Numbers, Atoms, and Elements
Chapter 1: Noting Numbers Scientifically
Chapter 2: Using and Converting Units
Chapter 3: Organizing Matter into Atoms and Phases
Chapter 4: Surveying the Periodic Table of the Elements
Part II: Making and Remaking Compounds
Chapter 5: Building Bonds
Chapter 6: Naming Compounds
Chapter 7: Managing the Mighty Mole
Chapter 8: Getting a Grip on Chemical Equations
Chapter 9: Putting Stoichiometry to Work
Part III: Examining Changes in Terms of Energy
Chapter 10: Understanding States in Terms of Energy
Chapter 11: Obeying Gas Laws
Chapter 12: Dissolving into Solutions
Chapter 13: Playing Hot and Cold: Colligative Properties
Chapter 14: Exploring Rate and Equilibrium
Chapter 15: Warming Up to Thermochemistry
Part IV: Swapping Charges
Chapter 16: Giving Acids and Bases the Litmus Test
Chapter 17: Achieving Neutrality with Equivalents, Titration, and Buffers
Chapter 18: Accounting for Electrons in Redox
Chapter 19: Galvanizing Yourself into Electrochemistry
Chapter 20: Doing Chemistry with Atomic Nuclei
Part V: Going Organic
Chapter 21: Making Chains with Carbon
Chapter 22: Seeing Isomers in Stereo
Chapter 23: Moving through the Functional Groups
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 24: Ten Formulas to Tattoo on Your Brain
Chapter 25: Ten Annoying Exceptions to Chemistry Rules

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"Peter J.Mikulecky"

"Katherine Brutlag"

"Michelle Rose Gilman"

"Brian Peterson"

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