Using ordinary and several not so ordinary products as examples, this book explores the chemical principles behind them to show how chemistry affects our daily lives. It includes an environmental chapter that focuses on pollution and its effects. It also examines how these chemical principles affect our lives on a larger scale.But what if we only have 12 grams of carbon? ... This type of problem is called stoichiometry, the chemistry of how much of this reacts with how much of that to produce how much product; or, the ... Step 1: Write a balanced chemical equation .
|Title||:||The Extraordinary Chemistry of Ordinary Things, Study Guide|
|Author||:||Carl H. Snyder|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1995-01-19|