GENERAL CHEMISTRY-MOD.MASTERINGCHEM. - 11th Edition - by Petrucci - ISBN 9780134193601
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GENERAL CHEMISTRY-MOD.MASTERINGCHEM.
11th Edition
Petrucci
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134193601

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The most trusted general chemistry text in Canada is back in a thoroughly revised 11th edition.

Petrucci General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications is written for the student that has already studied some chemistry. Students with no prior background and those who could use a refresher will find that the early chapters develop fundamental concepts from the most elementary ideas. Students who do plan to become professional chemists will also find opportunities in the text to pursue their own special interests.

Petrucci General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications, is recognized for its superior problems, lucid writing, precision of argument, and precise and detailed treatment of the subject. The 11th edition offers enhanced hallmark features, new innovations and revised discussions that that respond to key market needs for detailed and modern treatment of organic chemistry, embracing the power of visual learning and conquering the challenges of effective problem solving and assessment. In every explanation, illustration, and media resource for General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications, 11e students and instructors benefit from the care and craftsmanship of an extraordinarily talented and collaborative authorial team of active researchers who also share a wealth of experience from regularly teaching the General Chemistry course for majors as well as non-majors.

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