General Chemistry - 7th Edition - by Chang, Raymond/ Goldsby - ISBN 9780073402758
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General Chemistry
7th Edition
Chang, Raymond/ Goldsby
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
ISBN: 9780073402758

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Chapter 2.3 - Atomlc Number, Mass Number, And IsotopesChapter 2.4 - The Periodic TableChapter 2.5 - Molecules And IonsChapter 2.6 - Chemical FormulasChapter 2.7 - Naming CompoundsChapter 2.8 - Introduction To Organic CompoundsChapter 3 - StoichiometryChapter 3.1 - Atomic MassChapter 3.2 - Avogadro's Number And The Molar Mass Of An ElementChapter 3.3 - Molecular MassChapter 3.4 - The Mass SpectrometerChapter 3.5 - Percent Composition Of CompoundsChapter 3.6 - Experimental Determination Of Empirical FormulasChapter 3.7 - Chemical Reactions And Chemical EquationsChapter 3.8 - Amount Of Reactants And ProductsChapter 3.9 - Limiting ReagentsChapter 3.10 - Reaction YieldChapter 4 - Reactions In Aqueous SolutionsChapter 4.1 - General Properties Of Aqueous SolutionsChapter 4.2 - Precipitation ReactionsChapter 4.3 - Acid-base ReactionsChapter 4.4 - Oxidation-reduction ReactionsChapter 4.5 - Concentration Of SolutionsChapter 4.6 - Solution StoichiometryChapter 5 - GasesChapter 5.2 - Pressure Of A GasChapter 5.3 - The Gas LawsChapter 5.4 - The Ideal Gas EquationChapter 5.5 - Dalton's Law Of Partial PressuresChapter 5.6 - The Kinetic Molecular Theory Of GasesChapter 5.7 - Deviation From Ideal BehaviourChapter 6 - Energy Relationships In Chemical ReactionsChapter 6.2 - Energy Changes In Chemical ReactionsChapter 6.3 - Introduction To ThermodynamicsChapter 6.4 - Enthalpy Of Chemical ReactionsChapter 6.5 - CalorimetryChapter 6.6 - Standard Enthalpy Of Formation And ReactionChapter 7 - The Electronic Structure Of AtomsChapter 7.1 - From Classical Physics To Quantum TheoryChapter 7.2 - The Photoelectric EffectChapter 7.3 - Bohr's Theory Of The Hydrogen AtomChapter 7.4 - The Dual Nature Of The ElectronChapter 7.5 - Quantum MechanicsChapter 7.6 - Quantum NumbersChapter 7.7 - Atomic OrbitalsChapter 7.8 - Electron ConfigurationChapter 7.9 - The Building-up PrincipleChapter 8 - The Periodic TableChapter 8.2 - Periodic Classification Of The ElementsChapter 8.3 - Periodic Variation In Physical PropertiesChapter 8.4 - Ionization EnergyChapter 8.5 - Electron AffinityChapter 8.6 - Variation In Chemical Properties Of The Representative ElementsChapter 9 - Chemical Bonding I: Basic ConceptsChapter 9.1 - Lewis Dot SymbolsChapter 9.2 - The Ionic BondChapter 9.3 - Lattice Energy Of Ionic CompoundsChapter 9.4 - The Covalent BondChapter 9.5 - ElectronegativityChapter 9.6 - Writing Lewis StructuresChapter 9.7 - Formal Charge And Lewis StructuresChapter 9.8 - The Concept Of ResonanceChapter 9.9 - Exceptions To The Octet RuleChapter 9.10 - Bond EnthalpyChapter 10 - Chemical Bonding Ii: Molecular Geometry And Hybridization Of Atomic OrbitalsChapter 10.1 - Molecular GeometryChapter 10.2 - Dipole MomentsChapter 10.3 - Valence Bond TheoryChapter 10.4 - Hybridization Of Atomic OrbitalsChapter 10.5 - Hybridization In Molecules Containing Double And Triple BondsChapter 10.6 - Molecular Orbital TheoryChapter 11 - Introduction To Organic CompoundsChapter 11.2 - Aliphatic HydrocarbonsChapter 11.3 - Atomatic HydrocarbonsChapter 11.4 - Chemistry Of Functional GroupsChapter 11.5 - Chirality-the Handedness Of MoleculesChapter 12 - Intermolecular Forces And Liquids And SolidsChapter 12.2 - Intermolecular ForcesChapter 12.3 - Properties Of LiquidsChapter 12.4 - Crystal StructureChapter 12.5 - Bonding In SolidsChapter 12.6 - Phase ChangesChapter 12.7 - Phase DiagramsChapter 13 - Physical Properties Of SolutionsChapter 13.2 - A Molecular View Of The Solution ProcessChapter 13.3 - Concentration UnitsChapter 13.4 - The Effect Of Temperature On SolubilityChapter 13.5 - The Effect Of Pressure On The Solubility Of GasesChapter 13.6 - Colligative PropertiesChapter 14 - Chemical KineticsChapter 14.1 - The Rate Of A ReactionChapter 14.2 - The Rate LawChapter 14.3 - Relation Between Reactant Concentration And TimeChapter 14.4 - Activation Energy And Temperature Dependence Of Rate ConstantsChapter 14.5 - Reaction MechanismsChapter 14.6 - CatalysisChapter 15 - Chemical EquilibriumChapter 15.1 - The Concept Of EquilibriumChapter 15.2 - Ways Of Expressing Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 15.3 - What Does The Equilibrium Constant Tell Us?Chapter 15.4 - Factors That Affect Chemical EquilibriumChapter 16 - Acids And BasesChapter 16.1 - Bronsted Acids And BasesChapter 16.2 - The Acid-base Properties Of WaterChapter 16.3 - Ph-a Measure Of AcidityChapter 16.4 - Strength Of Acids And BasesChapter 16.5 - Weak Acids And Acid Ionization ConstantsChapter 16.6 - Weak Bases And Base Ionization ConstantsChapter 16.7 - The Relationship Between The Conjugate Acid-base Ionization ConstantsChapter 16.8 - Molecular Structure And The Strength Of AcidsChapter 16.9 - Acid-base Properties Of SaltsChapter 16.10 - Acidic, Basic, And Amphoteric OxidesChapter 16.11 - Lewis Acids And BasesChapter 17 - Acid-base Equilibria And Solubility EquilibriaChapter 17.2 - Buffer SolutionsChapter 17.3 - A Closer Look At Acid-base TitrationsChapter 17.4 - Acid-base IndicatorsChapter 17.5 - Solubility EquilibriaChapter 17.6 - The Common Ion Effect And SolubilityChapter 17.7 - Complex Ion Equilibria And SolubilityChapter 18 - ThermodynamicsChapter 18.3 - EntropyChapter 18.4 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 18.5 - Gibbs Free EnergyChapter 18.6 - Free Energy And Chemical EquilibriumChapter 19 - Redox Reactions And ElectrochemistryChapter 19.1 - Redox ReactionsChapter 19.2 - Galvanic CellsChapter 19.3 - Standard Reduction PotentialsChapter 19.4 - Thermodynamics Of Redox ReactionsChapter 19.5 - The Effect Of Concentration Of Cell EmfChapter 19.7 - CorrosionChapter 19.8 - ElectrolysisChapter 20 - The Chemistry Of Coordination CompoundsChapter 20.1 - Properties Of The Transition MetalsChapter 20.2 - Coordination CompoundsChapter 20.3 - Geometry Of Coordination CompoundsChapter 20.4 - Bonding To Coordination Compounds: Crystal Field TheoryChapter 21 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 21.1 - The Nature Of Nuclear ReactionsChapter 21.2 - Nuclear StabilityChapter 21.3 - Natural RadioactivityChapter 21.4 - Nuclear TransmutationChapter 21.5 - Nuclear FissionChapter 22 - Organic Polymers - Synthetic And NaturalChapter 22.2 - Synthetic Organic PolymersChapter 22.3 - ProteinsChapter 22.4 - Nucleic Acids

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The seventh edition of General Chemistry continues the tradition of presenting only the material that is essential for a one-year general chemistry course. It strikes a balance between theory and application by incorporating real-world examples; helping students visualize the three-dimensional atomic and molecular structures that are the basis of chemical activity; and developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Although the seventh edition incorporates many impressive features, such as conceptual idea review, animations correlated to the text, and hand-sketched worked examples, General Chemistry is still 200 to 300 pages shorter and much less expensive than other two-semester textbooks. Dr. Chang and Dr. Goldsby' concise-but-thorough approach will appeal to efficiency-minded instructors and value-conscious students.

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