Chemistry : An Atoms First ApproachAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2011
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This book was used for General Chemistry I & II. Both classes covered kinetics, thermodynamics, intermolecular forces, basic organic chemistry, and rate laws.read more
Covered all the essential points of the interactions and processes of atoms and molecules. This book broke down all the essential points of General Chemistry.
The basic principles of general chemistry including but not limited to stoichiometry, chemical reactions, electromagnetic radiation, states of matter, and etc.read more
This one provides great detail and visuals and examples. A popular chemistry book.
This book made it easy to understand and learn Chemistry concepts.read more
The whole book was helpful because it was broken down into sections that are easy to comprehend. It would teach one concept very thoroughly before it adds onto that concept.
Basic Chemistry. I learned about simple chemistry.read more
The book wasn't extremely helpful, and I found the lectures in class more beneficial.
I took chemistry during the summer. It was a 4-week course, which was extremely difficult. Each day, we had over 20 practice problems to review. The book helped with the practice problems, because it gave example problems beforehand and there were answers to the odd problems in the back of the book. For exams. I wrote down the most important things in the chapter and the reviewed them. The book was a good supplement to the course, because it explained some of the objectives that were not thoroughly taught in class.read more
The book could have included the answers to the even numbers. There were only answers to the odd numbered problems. This hindered the class, because the teacher had to go over the even numbered problems that she assigned instead of going over the class material. If the answer was provided, the class could have had some knowledge of what to work towards.
Pub Date: 2011