Chemistry: The Central Science (12th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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The most interesting thing was learning about thermochemistry because it had a very thorough analysis of it.read more
It would be better if they included more complex math problems in order to prepare for the exams.
There were many keys for the different rules in calculation which were very helpful.read more
This book was much more in-depth than the other chemistry books I have used in the past. It gave much more detail as to why things worked the way they did.
Includes clear explanations about chemistry and the methods of certain concepts.read more
Chemistry. Helped a lot with the key concepts and methods and practice problems also helped.
Hybridization of molecules, because it took me a long time to figure out what they were and once I did figure it out everything seemed easy.read more
It was the required book at the time so everything I needed to know was in it.
This book was little to hard to get in to. I would have to reread some of the information in order to understand.read more
This book had everything we covered in our class. Little too much info.
I learned a more in depth lesson in chemistry. This book used visual aspects as well as detailed explanations to help me understand the different laws of chemistry better.read more
I learned that even the smallest changes to an equation can lead to a different answer. By that I mean that anyone can memorize the equations, however, checking over work and even having to recalculate the problem can be most beneficial.
The blue boxes in the text portion of the book were very helpful in learning the calculations and the problems at the end of the chapters were very helpful in studying for the tests and also the final.read more
Some of the topics were overwritten, giving way too much background and descriptions so that reading the chapters could get somewhat tedious in places. Also I would suggest having some one go through the answers listed in the back of the book and checking the work for the give it some thought and end of the chapter problems as I found at least 5 answers that were not correct. I should have made a note of these but I honestly was not expecting to review this book at the time.
The questions were not at all helpful to me because they did not relate to what we were being asked in class.read more
The primay subject was Chemistry 101. It covered the basics of chemistry very well.
I would try to give more complex examples when describing concepts. They were too easy of examples.read more
The in-text examples of concepts did not help to really understand the material. They were too easy.
The book was very helpful with covering the material of the class. It provided examples and diagrams, as well as simple explanations to many of the problems.read more
This book went over the material in my PreCalc class. The class was challenging, but this book aided in my studies.
Language is too much for a beginning chemistry student. Although the graphs and illustrations help alot!read more
Writing it in an easier-to-understand language. Also the chapter on quantum numbers is much too difficult than it needs to be.
Probably shorter chapters with more direct statements.read more
It allowed me to look at diagrams and read explanations beyond what my teacher showed and told us.
Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall