Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry - 11th Edition - by Frederick A. Bettelheim, William H. Brown, Mary K. Campbell, Shawn O. Farrell, Omar Torres - ISBN 9781285869759
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Introduction to General, Organic and Bi...
11th Edition
Frederick A. Bettelheim, William H. Brown, Mary K. Campbell, Shawn O. Farrell, Omar Torres
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Chapter 3 - Chemical BondsChapter 3.2 - What Is The Octet Rule?Chapter 3.4 - What Are The Two Major Types Of Chemical Bonds?Chapter 3.5 - What Is An Ionic Bond?Chapter 3.6 - How Do We Name Ionic Compounds?Chapter 3.7 - What Is A Covalent Bond?Chapter 3.8 - How Do We Name Binary Covalent Compounds?Chapter 3.9 - What Is Resonance?Chapter 3.10 - How Do We Predict Bond Angles In Covalent Molecules?Chapter 3.11 - How Do We Determine If A Molecule Is Polar?Chapter 4 - Chemical ReactionsChapter 4.2 - How Do We Balance Chemical Equations?Chapter 4.3 - How Can We Predict If Ions In Aqueous Solution Will React With Eacother?Chapter 4.4 - What Are Oxidation And Reduction?Chapter 4.5 - What Are Formula Weights And Molecular Weights?Chapter 4.6 - What Is A Mole And How Do We Use It To Calculate Mass Relationships?Chapter 4.7 - How Do We Calculate Mass Relationships In Chemical Reactions?Chapter 5 - Gases, Liquids, And SolidsChapter 5.3 - What Are The Laws That Govern The Behavior Of Gases?Chapter 5.4 - What Are Avogadro's Law And The Ideal Gas Law?Chapter 5.5 - What Is Dalton's Law Of Partial Pressures?Chapter 5.7 - What Types Of Intermolecular Attractive Forces Exist Between Molecules?Chapter 5.10 - What Is A Phase Change And What Energies Are Involved?Chapter 6 - Solutions And ColloidsChapter 6.5 - What Are The Most Common Units For Concentration?Chapter 6.8 - What Is A Colligative Property?Chapter 7 - Reaction Rates And Chemical EquilibriumChapter 7.1 - How Do We Measure Reaction Rates?Chapter 7.4 - How Can We Change The Rate Of A Chemical Reaction?Chapter 7.6 - What Is An Equilibrium Constant And How Do We Use It?Chapter 7.7 - What Is Le Chatelier's Principle?Chapter 8 - Acids And BasesChapter 8.3 - What Are Conjugate Acid.base Pairs?Chapter 8.4 - How Can We Tell The Position Of Equilibrium In An Acid.base Reaction?Chapter 8.5 - How Do We Use Acid Ionization Constants?Chapter 8.6 - What Are The Properties Of Acids And Bases?Chapter 8.7 - What Are The Acidic And Basic Properties Of Pure Water?Chapter 8.8 - What Are Ph And Poh?Chapter 8.9 - How Do We Use Titrations To Calculate Concentration?Chapter 8.10 - What Are Buffers?Chapter 8.11 - How Do We Calculate The Ph Of A Buffer?Chapter 8.12 - What Are Tris, Hepes, And These Buffers With The Strange Names?Chapter 9 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 9.3 - What Happens When A Nucleus Emits Radioactivity?Chapter 9.4 - What Is Nuclear 9.5 - How Do We Detect And Measure Nuclear Radiation?Chapter 10 - Organic ChemistryChapter 10.3 - How Do We Write Structural Formulas Of Organic Compounds?Chapter 10.4 - What Is A Functional Group?Chapter 11 - AlkanesChapter 11.2 - How Do We Write Structural Formulas Of Alkanes?Chapter 11.3 - What Are Constitutional Isomers?Chapter 11.4 - How Do We Name Alkanes?Chapter 11.6 - What Are Cycloalkanes?Chapter 11.7 - What Are The Shapes Of Alkanes And Cycloalkanes?Chapter 11.8 - What Is Cis.trans Isomerism In Cycloalkanes?Chapter 11.9 - What Are The Physical Properties Of Alkanes And Cycloalkanes?Chapter 11.10 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Alkanes?Chapter 12 - Alkenes And AlkynesChapter 12.3 - How Do We Name Alkenes And Alkynes?Chapter 12.5 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Alkenes?Chapter 13 - Benzene And Its DerivativesChapter 13.2 - How Do We Name Aromatic Compounds?Chapter 14 - Alcohols, Ethers, And ThiolsChapter 14.1 - What Are The Structures, Names, And Physical Properties Of Alcohols?Chapter 14.2 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Alcohols?Chapter 14.3 - What Are The Structures, Names, And Physical Properties Of Ethers?Chapter 14.4 - What Are The Structures, Names, And Physical Properties Of Thiols?Chapter 15 - Chirality: The Handedness Of MoleculesChapter 15.1 - What Is Enantiomerism?Chapter 15.2 - How Do We Specify The Configuration Of A Stereocenter?Chapter 15.3 - How Many Stereoisomers Are Possible For Molecules With Two Or More Stereocenters?Chapter 16 - AminesChapter 16.1 - What Are Amines?Chapter 16.2 - How Do We Name Amines?Chapter 16.4 - How Do We Describe The Basicity Of Amines?Chapter 16.5 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Amines?Chapter 17 - Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 17.2 - How Do We Name Aldehydes And Ketones?Chapter 17.4 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Aldehydes And Ketones?Chapter 17.5 - What Is Keto.enol Tautomerism?Chapter 18 - Carboxylic AcidsChapter 18.2 - How Do We Name Carboxylic Acids?Chapter 18.5 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Carboxylic Acids?Chapter 19 - Carboxylic Anhydrides, Esters, And AmidesChapter 19.1 - What Are Carboxylic Anhydrides, Esters, And Amides?Chapter 19.4 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Anhydrides, Esters, And Amides?Chapter 20 - CarbohydratesChapter 20.1 - Carbohydrates: What Are Monosaccharides?Chapter 20.2 - What Are The Cyclic Structures Of Monosaccharides?Chapter 20.3 - What Are The Characteristic Reactions Of Monosaccharides?Chapter 20.4 - What Are Disaccharides And Oligosaccharides?Chapter 21 - LipidsChapter 21.8 - What Are Glycolipids?Chapter 22 - ProteinsChapter 22.4 - How Do Amino Acids Combine To Form Proteins?Chapter 22.10 - Interlude: How Does The Presence Of Transition Metals Affect The Structure Of Proteins?Chapter 22.11 - What Is The Tertiary Structure Of A Protein?Chapter 23 - EnzymesChapter 24 - Chemical Communications: Neurotransmitters And HormonesChapter 24.5 - What Are Adrenergic Messengers?Chapter 25 - Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, And HeredityChapter 25.2 - What Are Nucleic Acids Made Of?Chapter 26 - Gene Expression And Protein SynthesisChapter 26.2 - How Is Dna Transcribed Into Rna?Chapter 26.4 - What Is The Genetic Code?Chapter 26.6 - How Are Genes Regulated?Chapter 26.8 - How And Why Do We Manipulate Dna?Chapter 27 - Bioenergetics: How The Body Converts Food To EnergyChapter 28 - Specific Catabolic Pathways: Carbohydrate, Lipid, And Protein MetabolismChapter 28.7 - What Are Ketone Bodies?Chapter 29 - Biosynthetic PathwaysChapter 30 - NutritionChapter 31 - Immunochemistry

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