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About the Author
John T. Moore, EdD, has taught chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, for more than 40 years. Christopher R. Hren is a Michigan State University graduate and teaches high school chemistry. Peter J. Mikulecky, PhD, teaches chemistry and biology at Fusion Learning Center and Fusion Academy.

  • INTRODUCTION(第1頁)
    • About This Book(第1頁)
    • Foolish Assumptions(第2頁)
    • Beyond the Book(第2頁)
    • Where to Go from Here(第3頁)
  • PART I GETTING STARTED WITH CHEMISTRY(第5頁)
    • CHAPTER 1: Looking at Numbers Scientifically(第7頁)
    • CHAPTER 2: Using and Converting Units(第23頁)
    • CHAPTER 3: Breaking Down Atoms into Their Subatomic Particles(第41頁)
    • CHAPTER 4: Surveying the Periodic Table of the Elements(第55頁)
  • PART II MAKING AND BREAKING BONDS THROUGH REACTIONS(第83頁)
    • CHAPTER 5: Building Bonds(第85頁)
    • CHAPTER 6: Naming Compounds and Writing Formulas(第123頁)
    • CHAPTER 7: Understanding the Many Uses of the Mole(第145頁)
    • CHAPTER 8: Getting a Grip on Chemical Equations(第161頁)
    • CHAPTER 9: Putting Stoichiometry to Work(第183頁)
  • PART III EXAMINING CHANGES IN ENERGY AND SOLUTIONS(第201頁)
    • CHAPTER 10: Understanding States of Matter in Terms of Energy(第203頁)
    • CHAPTER 11: Warming Up to Thermochemistry(第221頁)
    • CHAPTER 12: Obeying Gas Laws(第239頁)
    • CHAPTER 13: Dissolving into Solutions(第265頁)
    • CHAPTER 14: Playing Hot and Cold: Colligative Properties(第283頁)
    • CHAPTER 15: Working with Acids and Bases(第297頁)
    • CHAPTER 16: Achieving Neutrality with Titrations and Buffers(第315頁)
  • PART IV REACHING EQUILIBRIUM(第327頁)
    • CHAPTER 17: Exploring Rates and Equilibrium(第329頁)
    • CHAPTER 18: Accounting for Electrons in Redox(第341頁)
    • CHAPTER 19: Galvanizing Yourself to Do Electrochemistry(第353頁)
    • CHAPTER 20: Doing Chemistry with Atomic Nuclei(第367頁)
  • PART V THE PART OF TENS(第381頁)
    • CHAPTER 21: Ten Tips for Acing a Chemistry Test(第383頁)
    • CHAPTER 22: Ten Chemistry Formulas You Should Remember(第387頁)
    • CHAPTER 23: Ten Annoying Exceptions to Chemistry Rules(第393頁)
    • CHAPTER 24: Ten (Or So) Great Chemists(第399頁)
    • CHAPTER 25: Ten Serendipitous Discoveries in Chemistry(第403頁)
  • GLOSSARY(第407頁)
  • INDEX(第419頁)
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