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  • ISBN: 9780071475297
  • ISBN: 007147529X
  • Physical Description: print
    xix, 335 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2007.

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Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Chemistry : first ... Read More
Subject: Chemistry Outlines, syllabi, etc
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1001 . ‡aMoore, John T., ‡d1947-
24510. ‡aChemistry for the utterly confused / ‡cJohn Moore, Richard Langley.
260 . ‡aNew York : ‡bMcGraw-Hill, ‡cc2007.
300 . ‡axix, 335 p. : ‡bill. ; ‡c24 cm.
500 . ‡aIncludes index.
5050 . ‡aPreface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Chemistry : first steps -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 1-1. Studying chemistry -- 1-2. Properties of matter -- 1-3. Units of measurement (SI) -- 1-4. Utterly confused about problem solving -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 2. Atoms, ions, and molecules -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 2-1. Electrons, Protons, and neutrons -- 2-2. The periodic table -- 2-3. Chemical formulas : ions and molecules -- 2.4. Utterly confused about naming compounds -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 3. Mass, moles, and equations -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 3-1. Balancing chemical equations -- 3-2. Avogadro's number and molar mass -- 3-3. Moles and stoichiometry -- 3-4. Limiting reagent and percent yield -- 3-5. Percent composition and empirical formulas -- 3-6. Utterly confused about mole problems -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 4. Aqueous solutions -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 4-1. Molarity (M) -- 4-2. Solubility and precipitation -- 4-3. Acids, bases, and neutralization -- 4-4. Oxidation-reduction -- 4-5. Utterly confused about net ionic equations -- 4-6. Utterly confused about titrations -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 5. Gases -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 5-1. Gas laws (P, V, n, and T) -- 5-2. Gas stoichiometry -- 5-3. The kinetic molecular theory of gases -- 5-4. Nonideal gases -- 5-5. Utterly confused about gas law problems -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 6. Thermochemistry -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 6-1. Energy and reactions -- 6-2. Enthalpy (DH) -- 6-3. Hess's law -- 6-4. Utterly confused about calorimetry -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key.
5050 . ‡a7. Quantum theory and electrons -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 7-1. Light and matter -- 7-2. Bohr's model -- 7-3. Quantum mechanics -- 7-4. Quantum numbers and orbitals -- 7-5. Electron configuration -- 7-6. Utterly confused about matter and light -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 8. Periodic trends -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 8-1. Periodic table revisited -- 8-2. Ionization energy -- 8-3. Electron affinity -- 8-4. Utterly confused about periodic trends -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 9. Chemical bonding -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 9-1. Lewis symbols -- 9-2. Electronegativity -- 9-3. Ionic bonds and lattice energy -- 9-4. Covalent bonds -- 9-5. Resonance -- 9-6. Bond energy and bond length -- 9-7. Utterly confused about Lewis structures -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 10. Molecular geometry and hybridization -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 10-1. Molecular Geometry (VSEPR) -- 10-2. Valence bond theory (hybridization) -- 10-3. Molecular orbital (MO) theory -- 10-4. Utterly confused about molecular geometry -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 11. Intermolecular forces, solids and liquids -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 11-1. Types of intermolecular forces -- 11-2. Properties of liquids -- 11-3. Solids -- 11-4. Phase changes -- 11-5. Utterly confused about intermolecular forces -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 12. Solutions -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 12-1. Concentration units -- 12-2. Temperature and pressure effects on solubility -- 12-3. Colligative properties -- 12.4. Colloids -- 12-5. Utterly confused about colligative properties -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key.
5050 . ‡a13. Kinetics -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 13-1. Reaction rates -- 13-2. Rate laws -- 13-3. Integrated rate laws (time and concentration) -- 13-4. Arrhenius and activation energy -- 13-5. Catalysis -- 13-6. Mechanisms -- 13-7. Utterly confused about rate law and half-life (t₁/₂) -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 14. Chemical equilibria -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 14-1. Equilibrium -- 14-2. Equilibrium constants(K) -- 14-3. Le Châtelier's principle -- 14-4. Utterly confused about equilibria problems -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 15. Acids and bases -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 15-1. Brønsted-Lowery acids and bases -- 15-2. Strength of acids and bases -- 15-3. Kw--the water dissociation constant -- 15-4. pH -- 15-5. Acid-base equilibrium (Ka and Kb) -- 15-6. Acid-base properties of salts and oxides -- 15-7. Lewis acids and bases -- 15-8. Utterly confused about weak acids and bases -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 16. Buffers and other equilibria -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 16-1. The common ion effect -- 16-2. Buffers and pH -- 16-3. Titrations and indicators -- 16-4. Solubility equilibria(Ksp) -- 16-5. Complex ion equilibria (Kf) -- 16-6. Utterly confused about pH and titrations -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 17. Entropy and free energy -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 17-1. The three laws of thermodynamics -- 17.2. Entropy -- 17-3. Gibbs free energy -- 17-4. Free energy and reactions -- 17-5. Utterly confused about thermodynamics -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key.
5050 . ‡a18. Electrochemistry -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 18-1. Redox reactions -- 18-2. Galvanic (voltaic) cells -- 18-3. Standard reduction potentials (E°) -- 18-4. Nernst equation -- 18-5. Electrolytic cells -- 18-6. Utterly confused about electrolysis -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 19. Chemistry of the elements -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 19-1. Hydrogen -- 19-2. General properties of metals -- 19-3. Band theory of conductivity -- 19-4. Periodic trends in metallic properties -- 19-5. General properties of nonmetals -- 19-6. Periodic trends of nonmetals -- 19-7. Properties of the transition metals -- 19-8. Coordination compounds : crystal field theory -- 19-9. Utterly confused about complex ions -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 20. Nuclear chemistry -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 20-1. Nuclear reactions -- 20-2. Nuclear stability -- 20-3. Half-lives(t₁/₂) -- 20-4. Mass/energy conversions -- 20-5. Fission and fusion -- 20-6. Utterly confused about nuclear decay -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- 21. Organic, biochemistry, and polymers -- Do I need to read this chapter? -- Get started -- 21-1. Organic compounds -- 21-2. Hydrocarbons and nomenclature -- 21-3. Functional groups -- 21-4. Polymers -- 21-5. Proteins -- 21-6. Carbohydrates -- 21-7. Nucleic acids -- 21-8. Utterly confused about organic reactions problems -- It's a wrap -- Test yourself -- Answer key -- Index.
650 0. ‡aChemistry ‡vOutlines, syllabi, etc.
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