Basic Chemistry (5th Edition) - 5th Edition - by Karen C. Timberlake - ISBN 9780134138046
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Basic Chemistry (5th Edition)
5th Edition
Karen C. Timberlake
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134138046

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Chapter 2.4 - Prefixes And EqualitiesChapter 2.5 - Writing Conversion FactordChapter 2.6 - Problem Solving Using Unit ConversionChapter 2.7 - DensityChapter 3 - Matter And EnergyChapter 3.1 - Classification Of MatterChapter 3.2 - States And Properties Of MatterChapter 3.3 - TemperatureChapter 3.4 - EnergyChapter 3.5 - Specific HeatChapter 3.6 - Energy And NutritionChapter 4 - Atoms And ElementsChapter 4.1 - Elements And SymbolsChapter 4.2 - The Periodic TableChapter 4.3 - The AtomChapter 4.4 - Atomic Number And Mass NumberChapter 4.5 - Isotopes And Atomic MassChapter 5 - Electronic Structure Of Atoms And Periodic TrendsChapter 5.1 - Electromagnetic RadiationChapter 5.2 - Atomic Spectra And Energy LevelsChapter 5.3 - Sublevels And OrbitalsChapter 5.4 - Orbital Diagrams And Electron ConfigurationsChapter 5.5 - Electron Configurations And The Periodic TableChapter 5.6 - Trends In Periodic PropertiesChapter 6 - Ionic And Molecular CompoundsChapter 6.1 - Ions: Transfer Of ElectronsChapter 6.2 - Ionic CompoundsChapter 6.3 - Naming And Writing Ionic FormulasChapter 6.4 - Polyatomic IonsChapter 6.5 - Molecular Compounds: Sharing ElectronsChapter 7 - Chemical QuantitiesChapter 7.1 - The MoleChapter 7.2 - Molar MassChapter 7.3 - Calculations Using Molar MassChapter 7.4 - Mass Percent CompositionChapter 7.5 - Empirical FormulasChapter 7.6 - Molecular FormulasChapter 8 - Chemical ReactionsChapter 8.1 - Equations For Chemical ReactionsChapter 8.2 - Balancing A Chemical EquationChapter 8.3 - Types Of Chemical ReactionsChapter 8.4 - Oxidation–reduction ReactionsChapter 9 - Chemical Quantities In ReactionsChapter 9.1 - Conservation Of MassChapter 9.2 - Calculating Moles Using Mole–mole FactorsChapter 9.3 - Mass Calculations For ReactionsChapter 9.4 - Limiting ReactantsChapter 9.5 - Percent YieldChapter 9.6 - Energy In Chemical ReactionsChapter 10 - Bonding And Properties Of Solids And LiquidsChapter 10.1 - Lewis Structures For Molecules And Polyatomic IonsChapter 10.2 - Resonance StructuresChapter 10.3 - Shapes Of Molecules And Polyatomic Ions (vsepr Theory)Chapter 10.4 - Electronegativity And Bond PolarityChapter 10.5 - Polarity Of MoleculesChapter 10.6 - Intermolecular Forces Between Atoms Or MoleculesChapter 10.7 - Change Of StateChapter 11 - GasesChapter 11.1 - Properties Of GasesChapter 11.2 - Pressure And Volume (boyle's Law)Chapter 11.3 - Temperature And Volume (charles's Law)Chapter 11.4 - Temperature And Pressure (gay-lussac's)Chapter 11.5 - The Combined Gas LawChapter 11.6 - Volume And Moles (avogadro's Law)Chapter 11.7 - The Ideal Gas LawChapter 11.8 - Gas Laws And Chemical ReactionsChapter 11.9 - Partial Pressures (dalton's Law )Chapter 12 - SolutionsChapter 12.1 - SolutionsChapter 12.2 - Electrolytes And NonelectrolytesChapter 12.3 - SolubilityChapter 12.4 - Solution ConcentrationsChapter 12.5 - Dilution Of SolutionsChapter 12.6 - Chemical Reactions In SolutioonsChapter 12.7 - Molality And Freezing Point Lowering/ boiling Point ElevationChapter 12.8 - Properties Of Solutions: OsmosisChapter 13 - Reaction Rates And Chemical EquilibriumChapter 13.1 - Rates Of ReactionsChapter 13.2 - Chemical EquilibriumChapter 13.3 - Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 13.4 - Using Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 13.5 - Changing Equilibrium Conditions Le Chatelier's PrincipleChapter 13.6 - Equilibrium In Saturated SolutionsChapter 14 - Acids And BasesChapter 14.1 - Acids And BasesChapter 14.2 - Brønsted–lowry Acids And BasesChapter 14.3 - Strengths Of Acids And BasesChapter 14.4 - Dissociation Constants For Acids And BasesChapter 14.5 - Dissociation Of WaterChapter 14.6 - The Ph ScaleChapter 14.7 - Reactions Of Acids And BasesChapter 14.8 - Acids-base TitrationChapter 14.9 - BuffersChapter 15 - Oxidation And ReductionChapter 15.1 - Oxidation And ReductionChapter 15.2 - Balancing Oxidation–reduction Equations Using Half-reactionsChapter 15.3 - Electrical Energy From Oxidation– Reduction ReactionsChapter 15.4 - Oxidation–reduction Reactions That Require Electrical EnergyChapter 16 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 16.1 - Natural RadioactivityChapter 16.2 - Nuclear ReactionsChapter 16.3 - Radiation MeasurementChapter 16.4 - Half-life Of A RadioisotopeChapter 16.5 - Medical Applications Using RadioactivityChapter 16.6 - Nuclear Fission And FusionChapter 17 - Organic ChemistryChapter 17.1 - AlkanesChapter 17.2 - Alkenes, Alkynes, And PolymersChapter 17.3 - Aromatic CompoundsChapter 17.4 - Alcohols And EthersChapter 17.5 - Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 17.6 - Carboxylic Acids And EstersChapter 17.7 - Amines And AmidesChapter 18 - BiochemistryChapter 18.1 - CarbohydratesChapter 18.2 - Disaccharides And PolysaccharidesChapter 18.3 - LipidsChapter 18.4 - Amino Acids And ProteinsChapter 18.5 - Protein StructureChapter 18.6 - Proteins As EnzymesChapter 18.7 - Nucleic AcidsChapter 18.8 - Protein Synthesis

Book Details

For courses in introductory, preparatory, and basic chemistry.

 

Engages First Time Chemistry Students.

Basic Chemistry introduces students to the essential scientific and mathematical concepts of general chemistry. With accessible language and a moderate pace, the text is easy-to-follow for first-time chemistry students, as well as those hoping to renew their studies of the subject.

 

In the Fifth Edition, Bill and Karen Timberlake carefully develop core ideas while relating them to the possibility of future careers. The book guides students through basic chemistry problem solving with engaging visuals and a focus on developing the math skills necessary to be successful in the course. End of chapter questions strategically promote integration of cumulative ideas, allowing students to develop a strong foundation for learning chemistry and encouraging them to continue their studies in the field. The main objective in writing this text is to make the study of chemistry an engaging and a positive experience for students by relating the structure and behavior of matter to real life. This new edition introduces more problem-solving strategies, more problem-solving guides, new Analyze the Problem with Connect features, new Try It First and Engage features, conceptual and challenge problems, and new sets of combined problems.

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