Chemistry In Context - 9th Edition - by Fahlman,  Bradley D., Purvis-roberts,  Kathleen, Kirk,  John S., Bentley,  Anne K., Daubenmire,  Patrick L., ELLIS,  Jamie P., Mury,  Michael T., American Chemical Society - ISBN 9781259638145
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Chemistry In Context
9th Edition
Fahlman, Bradley D., Purvis-roberts, Kathleen, Kirk, John S., Bentley, Anne K., Daubenmire, Patrick L., ELLIS, Jamie P., Mury, Michael T., American Chemical Society
Publisher: Mcgraw-hill Education,
ISBN: 9781259638145

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Chapter 1.10 - From Cradle To Grave: The Life Cycle Of A Cell PhoneChapter 1.11 - Howdy Neighbour, May We Borrow A Few Metals? The Importance Of Recycling And Protecting Our Supply ChainsChapter 2 - The Air We BreatheChapter 2.1 - Why Do We Breathe?Chapter 2.2 - Defining The Invisible: What Is Air?Chapter 2.3 - You Are What You BreatheChapter 2.4 - What Else Is In The Air?Chapter 2.7 - A Chemical Meet & Greet—naming Molecular CompoundsChapter 2.8 - The Dangerous Few: A Look At Air PollutantsChapter 2.9 - Are You Feeling Lucky? Assessing The Risk Of Air PollutantsChapter 2.10 - Is It Safe To Leave My House? Air Quality Monitoring And ReportingChapter 2.11 - The Origin Of Pollutants: Who's To Blame?Chapter 2.12 - More Oxygen, Please: The Effect Of Combustion On Air QualityChapter 2.13 - Air Pollutants: Direct SourcesChapter 2.14 - Ozone: A Secondary PollutantChapter 2.15 - Are We Really Safe From Polluted Air By Staying Indoors?Chapter 3 - Radiation From The SunChapter 3.1 - Dissecting The Sun: The Electromagnetic SpectrumChapter 3.2 - The Personalities Of RadiationChapter 3.3 - The Abcs Of Ultraviolet RadiationChapter 3.4 - The Biological Effects Of Ultraviolet RadiationChapter 3.5 - The Atmosphere As Natural ProtectionChapter 3.6 - Counting Molecules: How Can We Measure The Ozone Concentration?Chapter 3.7 - How Does Ozone Decompose In Uv Light?Chapter 3.8 - How Safe Is Our Protective Ozone Layer?Chapter 3.9 - Chemistry To The Rescue Detirement? Human Roles In The Destruction Of The Ozone LayerChapter 3.10 - Where Do We Go From Here: Can The Ozone Hole Be Restored?Chapter 3.11 - How Do Sunscreens Work?Chapter 4 - Climate ChangeChapter 4.1 - Carbon, Carbon Everywhere!Chapter 4.2 - Where Did All The Carbon Atoms Go?Chapter 4.3 - Quantifying Carbon—first Stop: MassChapter 4.4 - Quantifying Carbon—next Stop: Molecules And MolesChapter 4.5 - Why Does It Matter Where Carbon Atoms End Up?Chapter 4.6 - Warming By Greenhouse Gases: Good, Bad, Or A Little Of BothChapter 4.7 - How Do You Recognize A "greenhouse Gas"?Chapter 4.8 - How Do Greenhouse Gases Work?Chapter 4.9 - How Can We Learn From Our Past?Chapter 4.10 - Can We Predict The Future?Chapter 4.11 - A Look At Our Future WorldChapter 4.12 - Action Plans To Prevent Future Global Catastrophes—who And How?Chapter 5 - Energy From CombustionChapter 5.1 - Fossil Fuels: A Prehistoric Fill-up At The Gas StationChapter 5.2 - Burn, Baby! Burn! The Process Of CombustionChapter 5.3 - What Is "energy"?Chapter 5.4 - Who Hot Is "hot"? Measuring Energy ChangesChapter 5.5 - Hyperactive Fuels: How Is Energy Released During Combustion?Chapter 5.6 - Fossil Fuels And ElectricityChapter 5.7 - How Efficient Is A Power Plant?Chapter 5.8 - Power From Ancient Plants: CoalChapter 5.10 - Squeezing Oil From Rock: How Long Can This Continue?Chapter 5.11 - Natural Gas: A "clean" Fossil Fuel?Chapter 5.12 - Cracking The Whip: How Do We Obtain Useful Petroleum Products From Crude Oil?Chapter 5.13 - What's In Gasoline?Chapter 5.15 - From Brewery To Fuel Tank: EthanolChapter 5.16 - From Deep Fryer To Fuel Tank: BiofuelsChapter 5.17 - Are Biofuels Really Sustainable?Chapter 6 - Energy From Alternative SourcesChapter 6.1 - From Nuclear Energy To Bombs: The Splitting Of Atomic NucleiChapter 6.2 - Harnessing A Nuclear Fission Reaction: How Nuclear Power Plants Produce ElectricityChapter 6.3 - What Is Radioactivity?Chapter 6.4 - How Long Do Substances Remain Radioactive?Chapter 6.5 - What Are The Risks Of Nuclear Power?Chapter 6.6 - Is There A Future For Nuclear Power?Chapter 6.7 - Solar Power: Electricity From The SunChapter 6.8 - Solar Energy: Electronic "pinball" Inside A CrystalChapter 7 - Energy StorageChapter 7.1 - How Does A Battery Work?Chapter 7.2 - Ohm, Sweet Ohm!Chapter 7.4 - (almost) Endless Power-on-the-go: Rechargeable BatteriesChapter 7.5 - Lead-acid: The World's Most Widely Used (and Heaviest!) Rechargeable BatteryChapter 7.7 - Storage Wars: Supercapacitors Vs. BatteriesChapter 7.8 - Higher Mpgs With Less Emissions: Gasoline-electric Hybrid VehiclesChapter 7.9 - Fuel Cells: The BasicsChapter 7.10 - Hydrogen For Fuel Cell VehiclesChapter 7.11 - My Battery Died—now What?Chapter 8 - Water Everywhere: A Most Precious ResourceChapter 8.1 - Solids And Liquids And Gases, Oh My!Chapter 8.2 - The Unique Composition Of WaterChapter 8.3 - The Key Role Of Hydrogen BondingChapter 8.4 - Where, Oh Where Is All The Water?Chapter 8.5 - Help! There Is Something In My WaterChapter 8.6 - How Much Is Ok? Quantifying Water QualityChapter 8.7 - A Deeper Look At SolutesChapter 8.8 - Corrosive And Caustic: The Properties And Impacts Of Acids And BasesChapter 8.9 - Heartburn? Tums® To The Rescue: Acid/base Neutralization!Chapter 8.10 - Quantifying Acidity/basicity: The Ph ScaleChapter 8.11 - Acid's Effect On WaterChapter 8.12 - Treating Our WaterChapter 8.13 - Water Solutions For Global ChallengesChapter 9 - The World Of Polymers And PlasticsChapter 9.1 - Polymer Here, There, And EverywhereChapter 9.3 - Adding Up The MonomersChapter 9.4 - Got Polyethylene?Chapter 9.5 - The "big Six": Theme And VariationsChapter 9.6 - Cross-linking MonomersChapter 9.7 - From Proteins To Stockings: PolyamidesChapter 9.8 - Dealing With Our Solid Waste: The Four RsChapter 9.9 - Recycling Plastics: The Bigger PictureChapter 9.10 - From Plants To PlasticsChapter 9.11 - A New "normal"?Chapter 10 - Brewing And ChewingChapter 10.2 - How Does Smell Affect TasteChapter 10.3 - The Kitchen LaboratoryChapter 10.4 - The Science Of RecipesChapter 10.5 - Kitchen Instrumentation: Flames, Pans, And WaterChapter 10.6 - Cooking In A Vacuum: Not Just For Astronauts!Chapter 10.7 - Microwave Cooking: Fast And EasyChapter 10.9 - How Can I Tell When My Food Is Ready?Chapter 10.10 - Exploiting The Three States Of Matter In Our KitchenChapter 11 - NutritionChapter 11.1 - You Are What You EatChapter 11.2 - From Buttery Popcorn To Cheesecake: LipidsChapter 11.3 - Fats And Oils: Not Necessarily A Bad Thing!Chapter 11.4 - Carbohydrates: The Sweet And StarchyChapter 11.5 - How Sweet It Is: Sugars And Sugar SubstitutesChapter 11.6 - Proteins: First Among EqualsChapter 11.7 - Vitamins And Minerals: The Other EssentialsChapter 11.8 - Food For EnergyChapter 11.9 - Food Safety: What Else Is In Our Food?Chapter 11.10 - The Real Costs Of Food ProductionChapter 11.11 - From Field To Fork I: The Carbon Footprint Of FoodsChapter 11.12 - From Field To Fork Ii: The Nitrogen Footprints Of FoodsChapter 11.13 - Food Security: Feeding A Hungry WorldChapter 12 - Health & MedicineChapter 12.1 - A Life Spent Fighting Against EquilibriumChapter 12.2 - Keeping Our Bodies In EquilibriumChapter 12.3 - Carbon: The Essential Building Block Of LifeChapter 12.4 - Functional GroupsChapter 12.5 - Give These Molecules A Hand!Chapter 12.6 - Life Via Protein FunctionChapter 12.7 - Life Driven By Noncovalent InteractionsChapter 12.8 - Steroids: Essential Regulators For Life (and Performance Manipulators!)Chapter 12.9 - Modern Drug DiscoveryChapter 12.10 - New Drugs, New MethodsChapter 13 - Genes And LifeChapter 13.2 - Dna: A Chemical That Codes LifeChapter 13.3 - The Double Helix Structure Of DnaChapter 13.4 - Cracking The Chemical CodeChapter 13.5 - Proteins: Form To FunctionChapter 13.6 - The Process Of Genetic EngineeringChapter 14 - Who Killed Dr. Thompson? A Forensic Mystery

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