Chemistry becomes a lot simpler once you look at it through a Christian worldview. Whether you're studying chemistry for the first time or just brushing up on introductory principles, this textbook will show you how God's divine elements work. You'll learn about: quarks, protons, neutrons, and electrons basics of the periodic table electron configurations ionic and covalent chemical bonds chemical equations and how to balance them gas laws, polarity, stoichiometry, equilibrium This is the only basic chemistry text that brings together the essentials of first-year chemistry with Christian theology. The Christian chemistry student will explore the way God put the universe together at the most fundamental level. Aimed at secondary schools and introductory college level courses, this text offers a look at chemistry in the context of biblical principles. Engaging in the study of chemistry through this lens, you will discover how chemistry reflects the character of God.Answers. to. Quiz. Questions. Chapter 22 continued 14. Why will lead(II) sulfate form if a lead(II) nitrate solution is ... The ions that are not a part of the net equation Determine if the following products and reactants are (g), (aq), (l), (s); thenanbsp;...
|Author||:||Dr. Mark Phillips|
|Publisher||:||Abbott Press - 2013-11|