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According to the authors, “This textbook has two primary goals. The first is to help you appreciate the depth and breadth of chemistry. The second goal is to encourage you to make connections between concepts in chemistry and our world. “How do we know?” is one of the most vital questions, no matter what your field of study. In chemistry, we often say that asking good, focused questions is vital to “thinking like a chemist.”
Knowing how to know and wanting to know are two essential traits of successful learning that not only are crucial to your study of chemistry but also to understanding a world beyond science. As you read this book (and we do believe that it can be read as a wonderful story of chemistry), look for the places where questions are raised. Ask yourself why we raise each question at the point where we do. What is the key idea? Why is this useful to know? What can I now figure out that I was not able to before? What connections can I make? Does my answer make sense?
To help you learn the material, we have included many thoroughly worked examples that demonstrate not only how to find the reasonable solution but also how to connect each problem to what you have learned and sometimes draw connections to what you will learn. This is the grand challenge of learning chemistry—making connections.
This is the higher-order understanding that is so important in your analysis of the issues of the day and the great social puzzles that often define our world. Unlike many subjects, chemistry is naturally cumulative. It requires you to apply previously learned information in increasingly complex ways.”
- The World of Chemistry
- A Quest for Understanding
- Chemical Calculations—Introducing Quantitative Chemistry
- Solution Stoichiometry and Types of Reactions
- Quantum Chemistry—The Strange World of Atoms
- Periodic Properties of the Elements.
- Bonding Basics
- Advanced Models of Bonding
- The Behavior and Applications of Gases
- Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces
- The Chemistry of Water: Aqueous Solutions and Their Properties
- Chemical Kinetics
- Chemical Equilibrium
- Acids and Bases
- Applications of Aqueous Equilibria
- Thermodynamics: A Look at Why Reactions Happen
- Coordination Complexes
- Nuclear Chemistry.
- The Chemistry of Life
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