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Student orientated with practical examples. Would recommend for anyone looking for a practical approach to chemistry.read more
Enjoyed this approach to carbon! Not a organic fan but greatly enhanced the experience of the class. Again classroom examples and solid approaches to solving organic chemistry problems.
Introduction to organic chemistry, one semester, nutrition major pre-requisiteread more
The in-text questions after each section ensured that material was comprehended.
Excellent source, easy to understand and the tests were based on the information in this book.read more
This course was a little confusing, I found the books very tough to understand.
Provides a comprehensive overview for a basic chemistry class with good examples of problems, which is good as the readings are at times confusing and without enough detail to help one grasp the material.read more
Overall nothing major, just keeping in mind the audience and write more clearly. Despite the writing overall I did learn well basic chemistry concepts and having the book filled in gaps from my professors' lecture.
This book is very straight forward. I strictly studied off of this book and not the class notes and was able to understand all the material perfectly.read more
This book contains alot of practice problems which is always good for orgo, however sometimes it can be a little difficult to understand concepts from this book
The book is really good, not changes required. I will rate it from 1 to 10, 10 being the best, i will rate it a 8, because i think the content is too long, so may be it should be reduce a littler be.read more
Better examples from the more difficult and complex exercises.
The subject is chemistry. It is very effective in covering the proper material.read more
The periodic table was probably the most useful thing I learned when learning how to mix chemicals.
it was lacking a summary page to help me know a brief introduction about the whole section and a vocab page.read more
the book would be better if it was a little bit more student friendly
A bit about chemistry. Our university has now changed over to a much more clear book.read more
It was not very helpful and my school stopped using it the semester after I took it.
Chemistry, as meticulous as it is, is just liquid physics.read more
there weren't enough, or descriptive enough, examples.