Fundamentals of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (8th Edition) - 8th Edition - by John E. McMurry, David S. Ballantine, Carl A. Hoeger, Virginia E. Peterson - ISBN 9780134015187
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8th Edition
John E. McMurry, David S. Ballantine, Carl A. Hoeger, Virginia E. Peterson
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134015187

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Chapter 2 - Atoms And The Periodic TableChapter 2.1 - Atomic Theory And The Structure Of AtomsChapter 2.2 - Elements And Atomic NumberChapter 2.3 - Isotopes And Atomic WeightChapter 2.4 - The Periodic TableChapter 2.5 - Some Characteristics Of Different GroupsChapter 2.6 - Electronic Structure Of AtomsChapter 2.7 - Electronic ConfigurationsChapter 2.8 - Electron Configuration And The Periodic TableChapter 2.9 - Electron-dot SymbolsChapter 3 - Ionic CompoundsChapter 3.1 - IonsChapter 3.2 - Ions And The Octet RuleChapter 3.3 - Ions Of Some Common ElementsChapter 3.4 - Periodic Properties And Ion FormationChapter 3.5 - Naming Monoatomic IonsChapter 3.6 - Polyatomic IonsChapter 3.8 - Formulas Of Ionic CompoundsChapter 3.9 - Naming Ionic CompoundsChapter 3.10 - Some Properties Of Ionic CompoundsChapter 3.11 - H+ And Oh- Ions: An Introduction To Acids And BasesChapter 4 - Molecular CompoundsChapter 4.1 - Covalent BondsChapter 4.2 - Covalent Bonds And The Periodic TableChapter 4.3 - Multiple Covalent BondsChapter 4.4 - Coordinate Covalent BondsChapter 4.5 - Characteristics Of Molecular CompoundsChapter 4.7 - Drawing Lewis StructuresChapter 4.8 - The Shapes Of MoleculesChapter 4.9 - Polar Covalent Bonds And ElectronegativityChapter 4.10 - Polar MoleculesChapter 4.11 - Naming Binary Molecular CompoundsChapter 5 - Classification And Balancing Of Chemical ReactionsChapter 5.2 - Balancing Chemical EquationsChapter 5.3 - Precipitation Reactions And Solubility GuidelinesChapter 5.4 - Acids, Bases, And Neutralization ReactionsChapter 5.5 - Redox ReactionsChapter 5.6 - Recognizing Redox ReactionsChapter 5.7 - Net Ionic EquationsChapter 6 - Chemical Reactions: Mole And Mass RelationshipsChapter 6.1 - The Mole And Avogadro's NumberChapter 6.2 - Gram-mole ConversionsChapter 6.3 - Mole Relationships And Chemical EquationsChapter 6.4 - Mass Relationships And Chemical EquationsChapter 6.5 - Limiting Reagent And Percent YieldChapter 7 - Chemical Reactions: Energy, Rates, And EquilibriumChapter 7.1 - Energy And Chemical BondsChapter 7.2 - Heat Changes During Chemical ReactionsChapter 7.3 - Exothermic And Endothermic ReactionsChapter 7.4 - Why Do Chemical Reactions Occur? Free EnergyChapter 7.5 - Why Do Chemical Reactions Occur? Reaction RatesChapter 7.6 - Effect Of Temperature, Concentration, And Catalysts On Reaction RatesChapter 7.8 - Equilibrium Equations And Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 7.9 - Le Chatelier's Principle: The Effect Of Changing Conditions On EquilibriaChapter 8 - Gases, Liquids, And SolidsChapter 8.2 - Intermolecular ForcesChapter 8.4 - PressureChapter 8.5 - Boyle's Law: The Relation Between Volume And PressureChapter 8.6 - Charles's Law: The Relation Between Volume And TemperatureChapter 8.7 - Gay-lussac's Law: The Relation Between Pressure And TemperatureChapter 8.8 - The Combined Gas LawChapter 8.9 - Avogadro's Law: The Relation Between Volume And Molar AmountChapter 8.10 - The Ideal Gas LawChapter 8.11 - Partial Pressure And Dalton's LawChapter 8.14 - Changes Of State CalculationsChapter 9 - SolutionsChapter 9.1 - Mixtures And SolutionsChapter 9.2 - The Solution ProcessChapter 9.4 - The Effect Of Temperature On SolubilityChapter 9.5 - The Effect Of Pressure On Solubility: Henry's LawChapter 9.6 - Units Of ConcentrationChapter 9.7 - DilutionChapter 9.8 - Ions In Solution: ElectrolytesChapter 9.9 - Properties Of SolutionsChapter 9.10 - Osmosis And Osmotic PressureChapter 9.11 - DialysisChapter 10 - Acids And BasesChapter 10.1 - Acids And Bases: DefinitionsChapter 10.2 - Acid And Base StrengthChapter 10.3 - Acid Dissocation ConstantsChapter 10.4 - Water As Both An Acid And A BaseChapter 10.5 - Measuring Acidity In Aqueous Solution: The Ph ScaleChapter 10.6 - Working With PhChapter 10.7 - Acid And Base EquivalentsChapter 10.8 - Some Common Acid-base ReactionsChapter 10.9 - Acidity And Basicity Of Salt SolutionsChapter 10.10 - Buffer SolutionsChapter 10.11 - TitrationChapter 11 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 11.4 - Nuclear DecayChapter 11.5 - Radioactive Half-lifeChapter 11.6 - Ionizing RaditaionChapter 11.7 - Detecting And Measuring RadiationChapter 11.8 - Artificial TransmutationChapter 11.9 - Nuclear Fission And Nuclear FusionChapter 12 - Introduction To Organic Chemistry: AlkanesChapter 12.2 - Families Of Organic Molecules: Functional GroupsChapter 12.3 - The Structure Of Organic Molecules: Alkanes And Their IsomersChapter 12.4 - Drawing Organic StructuresChapter 12.5 - The Shapes Of Organic MoleculesChapter 12.6 - Naming AlkanesChapter 12.8 - Reactions Of AlkanesChapter 12.10 - Drawing And Naming CycloalkanesChapter 13 - Alkenes, Alkynes And Aromatic CompoundsChapter 13.2 - Naming Alkenes And AlkynesChapter 13.3 - The Structure Of Alkenes: Cis-trans IsomerismChapter 13.5 - Types Of Organic ReactionsChapter 13.6 - Addition Reactions Of AlkenesChapter 13.7 - Alkene PolymersChapter 13.8 - Aromatic Compounds And The Structure Of BenzeneChapter 13.9 - Naming Aromatic CompoundsChapter 13.10 - Reactions Of Aromatic CompoundsChapter 14 - Some Compounds With Oxygen, Sulfur, Or A HalogenChapter 14.1 - Alcohols, Phenols, And EthersChapter 14.2 - Naming AlcoholsChapter 14.3 - Properties Of AlcoholsChapter 14.4 - Reactions Of AlcoholsChapter 14.5 - PhenolsChapter 14.7 - EthersChapter 14.8 - Thiols And DisulfidesChapter 14.9 - Halogen-containing CompoundsChapter 14.10 - Stereochemistry And ChiralityChapter 15 - Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 15.1 - The Carbonyl GroupChapter 15.2 - Naming Simple Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 15.3 - Properties Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 15.4 - Some Common Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 15.5 - Oxidation Of AldehydesChapter 15.6 - Reduction Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 15.7 - Addition Of Alcohols: Hemiacetals And AcetalsChapter 16 - AminesChapter 16.2 - Naming And Drawing AminesChapter 16.3 - Properties Of AminesChapter 16.4 - Heterocyclic Nitrogen CompoundsChapter 16.5 - Basicity Of AminesChapter 16.6 - Amine SaltsChapter 16.7 - Amines In Plants: AlkaloidsChapter 17 - Carboxylic Acids And Their DerivativesChapter 17.1 - Carboxylic Acids And Their Derivatives: Properties And NamesChapter 17.2 - Acidity Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 17.3 - Reactions Of Carboxylic Acids: Ester And Amide FormationChapter 17.4 - Hydrolysis Of Esters And AmidesChapter 17.5 - Polyamides And PolyestersChapter 17.6 - Phosphoric Acid DerivativesChapter 18 - Amino Acids And ProteinsChapter 18.2 - Proteins An Their Functions: An OverviewChapter 18.3 - Amino AcidsChapter 18.4 - Acid-base Properties Of Amino AcidsChapter 18.5 - PeptidesChapter 18.6 - Protein In Structure: An Overview And Primary Protein StructureChapter 18.7 - Secondary Protein StructureChapter 18.8 - Tertiary Protein StructureChapter 18.9 - Quaternary Protein StructureChapter 18.10 - Chemical Properties Of ProteinsChapter 19 - Enzymes And VitaminsChapter 19.1 - Catalysis By EnzymesChapter 19.2 - Enzyme CofactorsChapter 19.3 - Enzyme ClassificationChapter 19.4 - How Enzymes WorkChapter 19.5 - Factors Affecting Enzyme ActivityChapter 19.6 - Enzyme Regulation: InhibitionChapter 19.7 - Enzyme Regulation: Allosteric Control And Feedback InhibitionChapter 19.8 - Enzyme Regulation: Covalent Modification And Genetic ControlChapter 19.9 - Vitamins, Antioxidatants, And MineralsChapter 20 - CarbohydratesChapter 20.1 - An Introduction To CarbohydratesChapter 20.2 - Handedness Of Carbohydrates And Fischer ProjectionsChapter 20.3 - Structure Of Glucose And Other MonosaccharidesChapter 20.4 - Some Important MonosaccharidesChapter 20.5 - Reactions Of MonosaccharidesChapter 20.6 - Common DisaccharidesChapter 20.7 - Some Important Polysaccharides Based On GlucoseChapter 21 - The Generation Of Biochemical EnergyChapter 21.1 - Energy, Life, And Biochemical ReactionsChapter 21.3 - An Overview Of Metabolism And Energy ProductionChapter 21.4 - Strategies Of Metabolism: Atp And Energy TransferChapter 21.5 - Strategies Of Metabolism: Metabolic Pathways And Coupled ReactionsChapter 21.6 - Strategies Of Metabolism: Oxidized And Reduced CoenzymesChapter 21.7 - The Citric Acid CycleChapter 21.8 - The Electron-transport Chain And Atp ProductionChapter 22 - Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 22.2 - Glucose Metabolism: An OverviewChapter 22.3 - GlycolysisChapter 22.4 - Entry Of Other Sugars Into GlycolysisChapter 22.5 - The Fate Of PyruvateChapter 22.6 - Enargy Output In Complete Glucose CatabolismChapter 22.7 - Regulation Of Glucose Metabolism And Metabolism During StressChapter 22.8 - Glycogen Metabolism: Glycogenesis And GlycogenolysisChapter 22.9 - Glycogenesis: Glucose Synthesis From NoncabohydratesChapter 23 - LipidsChapter 23.1 - Structure And Classification Of LipidsChapter 23.2 - Fatty Acids And Their EstersChapter 23.3 - Properties Of Fats And OilsChapter 23.4 - Chemical Reactions Of TriacylglycerolsChapter 23.5 - Phospholipids And GlycolipidsChapter 23.7 - Cell Membranes: Structure And TransportChapter 24 - Lipid MetabolismChapter 24.1 - Digestion Of TriacylglycerolsChapter 24.3 - Triacylglycerol Metabolism: An OverviewChapter 24.5 - Oxidation Of Fatty AcidsChapter 24.6 - Ketone Bodies And KetoacidosisChapter 24.7 - Biosynthesis Of Fatty AcidsChapter 25 - Protein And Amino Acid MetabolismChapter 25.2 - Digestion Of ProteinsChapter 25.3 - Amino Acid Metabolism: The Amino GroupChapter 25.4 - The Urea CycleChapter 25.6 - Biosynthesis Of Nonessential Amino AcidsChapter 26 - Nucleic Acids And Protein SynthesisChapter 26.2 - Composition Of Nucleic AcidsChapter 26.3 - The Structure Of Nucleic Acid ChainsChapter 26.4 - Base Pairing In Dna: The Watson–crick ModelChapter 26.6 - Replication Of DnaChapter 26.8 - Transcription: Rna SynthesisChapter 26.9 - The Genetic CodeChapter 26.10 - Translation: Trna And Protein SynthesisChapter 27 - GenomicsChapter 27.1 - Mapping The Human GenomeChapter 27.3 - Mutations And PolymorphismsChapter 27.4 - Recombinant DnaChapter 27.5 - Genomics: Using What We KnowChapter 28 - Chemical Messengers: Hormones, Neurotransmitters, And DrugsChapter 28.1 - Messenger MoleculesChapter 28.2 - Hormones And The Endocrine SystemChapter 28.3 - How Hormones Work: Epinephrine And Fight-or-flightChapter 28.4 - Amino Acid Derivatives, Polypeptides, And Steroid HormonesChapter 28.5 - NeurotransmittersChapter 28.6 - How Neurotransmitters Work: Acetylcholine, Its Agonists And AntagonistsChapter 28.7 - Histamines, Antihistamines, And Important NeurotransmittersChapter 29 - Body FluidsChapter 29.1 - Body Water And Its SolutesChapter 29.3 - BloodChapter 29.5 - Blood ClottingChapter 29.8 - Urine Composition And Function

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