Chemistry: The Science in Context (Fifth Edition) - 5th Edition - by Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss, Natalie Foster, Stacey Lowery Bretz, Geoffrey Davies - ISBN 9780393614046
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Chemistry: The Science in Context (Fift...
5th Edition
Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss, Natalie Foster, Stacey Lowery Bretz, Geoffrey Davies
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393614046

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Chapter 2.6 - Trends In Compound FormationChapter 2.7 - Naming Compounds And Writing FormulasChapter 3 - Stoichiometry: Mass, Formulas And ReactionsChapter 3.2 - The MoleChapter 3.3 - Writing Balanced Chemical EquationsChapter 3.4 - Combustion ReactionsChapter 3.5 - Stoichiometric Calculations And The Carbon CycleChapter 3.6 - Determining Empirical Formulas From Percent CompositionChapter 3.7 - Comparing Empirical And Molecular FormulasChapter 3.8 - Combustion AnalysisChapter 3.9 - Limiting Reactants And Percent YieldChapter 4 - Reactions In Solution: Aqueous Chemistry In NatureChapter 4.2 - Quantifying Particles In SolutionChapter 4.3 - DilutionsChapter 4.5 - Acid-base Reactions: Proton TransferChapter 4.6 - TitrationsChapter 4.7 - Precipitation ReactionsChapter 4.9 - Oxidation-reduction Reactions: Electron TransferChapter 5 - Thermochemistry: Energy Changes In ReactionsChapter 5.2 - Forms Of EnergyChapter 5.3 - Systems, Surroundings. And Energy TransferChapter 5.4 - Enthalpy And Enthalpy ChangesChapter 5.5 - Heating Curves, Molar Heat Capacity, And Specific HeatChapter 5.6 - Calorimetry: Measuring Heat Capacity And Enthalpies Of ReactionChapter 5.7 - Hess's LawChapter 5.8 - Standard Enthalpies Of Formatlon And ReactionChapter 5.9 - Fuels, Fuel Values, And Food ValuesChapter 6 - Properties Of Gases: The Air We BreatheChapter 6.2 - Atmospheric Pressure And CollisionsChapter 6.3 - The Gas LawsChapter 6.4 - The Ideal Gas LawChapter 6.5 - Gases In Chemical ReactionsChapter 6.6 - Gas DensityChapter 6.7 - Dalton's Law And Mixtures Of GasesChapter 6.8 - The Kinetic Molecular Theory Of GasesChapter 6.9 - Real GasesChapter 7 - A Quantum Model Of Atoms: Wave, Particles And Periodic PropertiesChapter 7.2 - Waves Of EnergyChapter 7.4 - The Hydrogen Spectrum And The Bohr ModelChapter 7.5 - Electron WavesChapter 7.6 - Quantum Numbers And Electron SpinChapter 7.7 - The Sizes And Shapes Of Atomic OrbitalsChapter 7.9 - Electron Configurations Of IonsChapter 7.10 - The Sizes Of Atoms And IonsChapter 7.11 - Ionization EnergiesChapter 7.12 - Electron AffinitiesChapter 8 - Chemical Bonds: What Makes A Gas A Greenhouse Gas?Chapter 8.2 - Lewis StructuresChapter 8.3 - Polar Covalent BondsChapter 8.4 - ResonanceChapter 8.5 - Formal Charge: Choosing Among Lewis StructuresChapter 8.6 - Exceptions To The Octet RuleChapter 8.7 - The Lengths And Strengths Of Covalent BondsChapter 9 - Molecular Geometry: Shape Determines FunctionChapter 9.2 - Valence-shell Electron-pair Repulsion (vsepr) TheoryChapter 9.3 - Polar Bonds And Polar MoleculesChapter 9.4 - Valence Bond TheoryChapter 9.5 - Shape And Interactions With Large MoleculesChapter 9.7 - Molecular Orbital TheoryChapter 10 - Intermolecular Forces: The Uniqueness Of WaterChapter 10.3 - Lnteractions Among Polar MoleculesChapter 10.5 - Solubility Of Gases In WaterChapter 10.6 - Vapor Pressure Of Pure LiquidsChapter 10.7 - Phase Diagrams: Intermolecular Forces At WorkChapter 10.8 - Some Remarkable Properties Of WaterChapter 11 - Solutions: Properties And BehaviorChapter 11.1 - Lnteractions Between IonsChapter 11.2 - Energy Changes During Formation And Dissolution Of Ionic CompoundsChapter 11.3 - Vapor Pressure Of SolutionsChapter 11.4 - Mixtures Of Volatile SolutesChapter 11.5 - Colligatlve Properties Of SolutionsChapter 11.6 - Measuring The Molar Mass Of A Solute By Using Colligatlve PropertiesChapter 12 - Solids: Crystals, Alloys, And PolymersChapter 12.2 - Structures Of MetalsChapter 12.3 - Alloys And MedicineChapter 12.4 - Ionic Solids And Salt CrystalsChapter 12.6 - PolymersChapter 13 - Chemical Kinetics: Reactions In The AtmosphereChapter 13.2 - Reaction RatesChapter 13.3 - Effect Of Concentration On Reaction RateChapter 13.4 - Reaction Rates, Temperature, And The Arrhenius EquationChapter 13.5 - Reaction MechanismsChapter 13.6 - CatalystsChapter 14 - Chemical Equilibrium: How Much Product Does A Reaction Really Make?Chapter 14.2 - The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 14.3 - Relalionships Between Kc And Kp ValuesChapter 14.4 - Manipulating Equilibrium Constant ExpressionsChapter 14.5 - Equilibrium Constants And Reaction QuotientsChapter 14.6 - Heterogeneous EquilibriaChapter 14.7 - Le Chatelier's PrincipleChapter 14.8 - Calculations Based On KChapter 15 - Acid-base Equilibria: Proton Transfer In Biological SystemsChapter 15.2 - Strong And Weak Acids And BasesChapter 15.3 - Ph And The Autoionization Of WaterChapter 15.4 - Ka, Kb, And The Ionization Of Weak Acids And BasesChapter 15.5 - Calculating The Ph Of Acidic And Basic SolutionsChapter 15.6 - Polyprotic AcidsChapter 15.7 - Acid Strength And Molecular StructureChapter 15.8 - Acidic And Basic SaltsChapter 16 - Additional Aqueous Equilibria: Chemistry And The OceansChapter 16.2 - The Common-ion EffectChapter 16.3 - Ph BuffersChapter 16.4 - Indicators And Acid-base TitrationsChapter 16.5 - Lewis Acids And BasesChapter 16.6 - Formation Of Complex IonsChapter 16.8 - Solubility EquilibriaChapter 17 - Thermodynamics: Spontaneous And Nonspontaneous Reactions And ProcessesChapter 17.2 - Thermodynamic EntropyChapter 17.3 - Absolute Entropy And The Third Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 17.4 - Calculating Entropy ChangesChapter 17.5 - Free EnergyChapter 17.6 - Temperature And SpontaneityChapter 17.7 - Free Energy And Chemical EquilibriumChapter 17.8 - Influence Of Temperature On Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 18 - Electrochemistry: The Quest For Clean EnergyChapter 18.2 - Voltaic And Electrolytic CellsChapter 18.3 - Standard PotentialsChapter 18.4 - Chemical Energy And Electrical WorkChapter 18.6 - The Effect Of Concentration On EcellChapter 18.7 - Relating Battery Capacity To Quantities Of ReactantsChapter 18.9 - Electrolytic Cells And Rechargeable BatteriesChapter 19 - Nuclear Chemistry: Applications To Energy And MedicineChapter 19.2 - Unstable Nuclei And Radioactive DecayChapter 19.3 - Measuring RadioactivityChapter 19.4 - Rates Of Radioactive DecayChapter 19.5 - Radiometric DatingChapter 19.6 - Biological Effects Of RadioactivityChapter 19.9 - Nuclear Fusion And The Quest For Clean EnergyChapter 20 - Organic And Biological Molecules: The Compounds Of LifeChapter 20.2 - Organic Molecules, Isomers, And ChiralityChapter 20.3 - The Composition Of ProteinsChapter 20.6 - LipidsChapter 21 - The Main Group Elements: Life And The Periodic TableChapter 21.3 - Major Essential ElementsChapter 21.6 - Elements For Diagnosis And TherapyChapter 22 - Transition Metals: Biological And Medical ApplicationsChapter 22.1 - Transition Metals In Biology: Complex IonsChapter 22.2 - Naming Complex Ions And Coordination CompoundsChapter 22.3 - Polydentale Ligands And ChelationChapter 22.5 - Magnetism And Spin StatesChapter 22.6 - Isomerism In Coordination CompoundsChapter 22.8 - Coordination Compounds In Medicine

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