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The Resource 1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies, Heather Hattori and Richard H. Langley

1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies, Heather Hattori and Richard H. Langley

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1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies
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1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies
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Heather Hattori and Richard H. Langley
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One thousand one chemistry practice problems for dummies
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eng
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Practice makes perfect-and helps deepen your understanding of chemistry Every high school requires a course in chemistry, and many universities require the course for majors in medicine, engineering, biology, and various other sciences. 1001 Chemistry Practice Problems For Dummies provides students of this popular course the chance to practice what they learn in class, deepening their understanding of the material, and allowing for supplemental explanation of difficult topics. 1001 Chemistry Practice Problems For Dummies takes you beyond the instruction and guidance offered in Chemistry For Dummies, giving you 1,001 opportunities to practice solving problems from the major topics in chemistry. Plus, an online component provides you with a collection of chemistry problems presented in multiple-choice format to further help you test your skills as you go. Gives you a chance to practice and reinforce the skills you learn in chemistry classHelps you refine your understanding of chemistryPractice problems with answer explanations that detail every step of every problemWhether you're studying chemistry at the high school, college, or graduate level, the practice problems in 1001 Chemistry Practice Problems For Dummies range in areas of difficulty and style, providing you with the practice help you need to score high at exam time
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Hattori, Heather R
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540
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index present
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English
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QD42
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Langley, Richard H
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For dummies
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  • Chemistry
  • SCIENCE
  • Naturwissenschaft
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry
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1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies, Heather Hattori and Richard H. Langley
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Includes index
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Table of Contents; Introduction; What You'll Find; Beyond the Book; Where to Go for Additional Help; Part I: The Questions; Chapter 1: Units and Unit Conversions; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Understanding Metric Prefixesand Units; Choosing Appropriate Units; Doing Metric Conversions; Converting between Systemsof Measurement; Using Dimensional Analysis; Chapter 2: Scientific Notation and Significant Figures; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Putting Numbers in ScientificNotation; Taking Numbers out of ScientificNotation
  • Calculating with Numbersin Scientific NotationRecognizing SignificantFigures; Writing Answers with the Right Number of Sig Figs; Chapter 3: Matter and Energy; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Phases of Matter and PhaseChanges; Classifying Substances and Mixtures; Properties of Matter; Calculating Density; Working with Energy; Chapter 4: The Atom and Nuclear Chemistry; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Isotopes and SubatomicParticles; Electrons and QuantumMechanics; Average Atomic Mass; Nuclear Reactions and NuclearDecay; Completing NuclearReactions
  • Half-LivesChapter 5: Periodicity and the Periodic Table; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Element Symbols and Names; Structure of the Periodic Table; Periodic Trends; Chapter 6: Ionic Bonding; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Naming Binary Compounds; Naming Compounds with Polyatomic Ions; Writing Formulas of BinaryCompounds; Writing Formulas of Compounds with PolyatomicIons; Chapter 7: Covalent Bonding; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Prefixes in Covalent-CompoundNames; Naming Covalent Compounds; Writing Formulas of CovalentCompounds
  • Chapter 8: Molecular GeometryThe Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Valence Electrons; Predicting Bond Types; Basic Molecular Shapes; Exceptional Molecular Shapes; Polarity of Molecules; Chapter 9: Chemical Reactions; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Classifying Reactions from Chemical Equations; Classifying Reactions from Word Equations; Predicting Reactions; Balancing Chemical Reactions; Balancing Reactions from Word Equations; Predicting Products and BalancingReactions; Redox and Acid-BaseReactions; Chapter 10: Molar Calculations; The Problems You'll Work On
  • What to Watch Out ForCalculating Molar Mass; Finding Mass Percent; Empirical Formulas; Molecular Formulas; Mole Calculations; Percent Yield; Limiting Reactants; Chapter 11: Thermochemistry; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Converting Temperatures; Phase Changes and Energy; Specific Heat and Calorimetry; Heats of Formation; Enthalpy Changes with Hess'sLaw; Chapter 12: Gases; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Converting Pressure Units; Boyle's Law; Charles's Law; Gay-Lussac's Law; The Combined Gas Law; Avogadro's Law; The Ideal Gas Law
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864467651
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9781118549407
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EB00057876
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Label
1001 chemistry practice problems for dummies, Heather Hattori and Richard H. Langley
Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Introduction; What You'll Find; Beyond the Book; Where to Go for Additional Help; Part I: The Questions; Chapter 1: Units and Unit Conversions; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Understanding Metric Prefixesand Units; Choosing Appropriate Units; Doing Metric Conversions; Converting between Systemsof Measurement; Using Dimensional Analysis; Chapter 2: Scientific Notation and Significant Figures; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Putting Numbers in ScientificNotation; Taking Numbers out of ScientificNotation
  • Calculating with Numbersin Scientific NotationRecognizing SignificantFigures; Writing Answers with the Right Number of Sig Figs; Chapter 3: Matter and Energy; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Phases of Matter and PhaseChanges; Classifying Substances and Mixtures; Properties of Matter; Calculating Density; Working with Energy; Chapter 4: The Atom and Nuclear Chemistry; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Isotopes and SubatomicParticles; Electrons and QuantumMechanics; Average Atomic Mass; Nuclear Reactions and NuclearDecay; Completing NuclearReactions
  • Half-LivesChapter 5: Periodicity and the Periodic Table; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Element Symbols and Names; Structure of the Periodic Table; Periodic Trends; Chapter 6: Ionic Bonding; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Naming Binary Compounds; Naming Compounds with Polyatomic Ions; Writing Formulas of BinaryCompounds; Writing Formulas of Compounds with PolyatomicIons; Chapter 7: Covalent Bonding; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Prefixes in Covalent-CompoundNames; Naming Covalent Compounds; Writing Formulas of CovalentCompounds
  • Chapter 8: Molecular GeometryThe Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Valence Electrons; Predicting Bond Types; Basic Molecular Shapes; Exceptional Molecular Shapes; Polarity of Molecules; Chapter 9: Chemical Reactions; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Classifying Reactions from Chemical Equations; Classifying Reactions from Word Equations; Predicting Reactions; Balancing Chemical Reactions; Balancing Reactions from Word Equations; Predicting Products and BalancingReactions; Redox and Acid-BaseReactions; Chapter 10: Molar Calculations; The Problems You'll Work On
  • What to Watch Out ForCalculating Molar Mass; Finding Mass Percent; Empirical Formulas; Molecular Formulas; Mole Calculations; Percent Yield; Limiting Reactants; Chapter 11: Thermochemistry; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Converting Temperatures; Phase Changes and Energy; Specific Heat and Calorimetry; Heats of Formation; Enthalpy Changes with Hess'sLaw; Chapter 12: Gases; The Problems You'll Work On; What to Watch Out For; Converting Pressure Units; Boyle's Law; Charles's Law; Gay-Lussac's Law; The Combined Gas Law; Avogadro's Law; The Ideal Gas Law
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864467651
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
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9781118549407
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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  • cl0500000435
  • 3b71e588-a000-44bc-b4a0-01f55721af67
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EB00057876
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unknown
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remote
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(OCoLC)864467651

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