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Preparing for your ACS examination in g...98th EditionLucy T Eubanks Publisher: ACS DIVCHED EXAMINATIONS INST.ISBN: 9780970804204
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Chapter AS - Atomic StructureChapter MS - Molecular Structure And BondingChapter ST - StoichiometryChapter SM - States Of Matter/solutionsChapter EN - EnergeticsChapter DY - DynamicsChapter EQ - EquilibriumChapter ER - Electrochemistry And RedoxChapter DP - Descriptive Chemistry/periodicityChapter LC - Laboratory Chemistry
This guide includes 113 pages of information in essentially three categories. First, there is a brief explanation of content in general chemistry. Second, there are example exam items where the question and answers are analyzed (so you can see not only why the correct answer is correct, but also how the other incorrect answers - called distractors - are devised for a multiple-choice item). Finally, there are practice questions for each section.
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