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Chemistry-Connect Plus Access 3rd Edition

Chemistry-Connect Plus Access - 3rd Edition - by Burdge - ISBN 9780077574260
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Chemistry-Connect Plus Access
3rd Edition
Publisher: MCG
ISBN: 9780077574260

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McGraw-Hill Connect is a web-based, interactive assignment and assessment platform that incorporates cognitive science principles to customize the learning process. End-of-chapter problems from this textbook are available in Connect Chemistry for instructors to build assignments that are automatically graded and tracked through reports that export easily to Excel.

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