Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (11th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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About dofferent molecules in the air that we live in everyday and how bonds work such as covalent and ionic bonds. Also all the names for each dogferent molecule and the different elements that is associatedread more
It could of been better but its a chemistry book! What do people expect
I am an older student and appreciated the great detail that went in the chemistry equations, and fundamentals of chemistry. Each assignment was easily referenced.read more
Biomolecuar is a pre-requisite for nursing. I wasn't sure I would be able to get a good grip, but the book was very helpful.
The online features were really helpful in understanding the course material betterread more
Basic Chemistry. The teacher was not helpful so the book was easy to follow and self teach
Chemistry is a tough course but this book covered it all maybe not enough articles about practical use.read more
Covered everything I needed for the course quizzes and tests went right along with book content
General basic chemistry and basic Oragamic chem. Book broke everything down very well and put it in simple terms. Lots of practice questions to help prepare for exams.read more
Even number questions because they don't provide the answers for them- just the odds have answers.
Intro to organic and biochemistry was a very intense class. iIt mostly required you to teach yourself It would not be possibly to receive a decent grade without the help of the textbook. Review the chapters in the book were extremely helpful when it came to studying for major exams as well as doing the practice questions at the end of each section. The examples in the book were very clear and straight forward and make this chemistry course a bit easier and less stressful.read more
The book is great the way it is already. The only thing I would probably prefer would be to provide a CD where you can study more practice questions.
This book has very useful information and has helped me through an entire year of school. The tables were the best! My teacher often referred to the book herself when she was stumped on something. Like I said this book helped me through an entire year of college.read more
Love how detailed this workbook is. It has images already labeled for you. The best thing is is that some of the images are not labeled and you have to label them. It was so much fun for me.
General Chemistry. The book was very effective and had all the information I needed to receive an A in my General Chem and Lab class.read more
My class was online and my professor did give out Powerpoint presentations that included the main the idea from each chapter, but during quiz's and tests I did have to review in the book for some details that were not included in my professor's Powerpoints. I enjoyed Chemistry mainly because of how I could relate to it in real life situations considering that I am going into nursing. I received an A in my Gen Chem class by working hard on my studying and being thorough.
It didn't tell me how to solve the math problems associated with chemistryread more
Chemistry and it went into a lot of detail on topics
i think it could be more spread out some of the info could be explained a little betterread more
it was on online chemistry course for a prerequestite to a nursing program. not all that easy online.
The most useful thing learned in this book was the successful ways that it setup the most basic and fundamental concepts of chemistry such as the periodic table explaining fully how it functions, why its set up the way it is. This concept is used throughout every chemistry class that will be taken.read more
The most interesting thing to me in this book was the tid-bits labeled Chemistry Link to Health. These were found through out the book and most people studying chemistry are entering the field of medicine, and even if your not, its just interesting and nice to see how these symbols and numbers apply in the real world. Its hard when your studying in the class to keep in mind how these things would apply after awhile you just start seeing equations numbers letters memorizing things and forgetting what its actually all for.
The most interesting thing I learned in this book was learning about the steroids because at my school we deal with a lot of medicine including steroids and I found how they work fascinating.read more
This book is a little boring compared to other books I have read on the same subject matter. The book is hard to stay focused on.
Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall