A solved-problem Outline for students with no high school chemistry background or a poor course in high school chemistry. All topics are presented at an elementary level to commensurate with the introductory course; simpler math is assumed a developed, a less intense approach to the basic concepts of chemistry, a a simpler manner of presentation. There are hundreds of solved a supplementary problems.Learning chemistry requires that you master chemical terminology and be able to perform calculations with ease. ... You must practice by working many problems, because in addition to the principles, you must get accustomed to the ... Do yourself a favor and use the same symbols and abbreviations for chemical quantities that are used in the text or by your instructor. ... 4-5, 8-6, and 11-10 might be of help in figuring out which step of a seemingly complex problem should be done first, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Chemistry Foundations|
|Author||:||David E. Goldberg|
|Publisher||:||Schaum's Outline Series - 1991-01|