Free download CHEMISTRY: The Science in Context (5th Edition) written by Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kriss, Natalie Foster, Stacey Lowery Bretz and Geoffrey Davies in pdf published in 2018.
As per authors of this book, “We wrote this book with three overarching goals in mind: to make chemistry interesting, relevant, and memorable; to enable you to see the world from a molecular point of view; and to help you become an expert problem-solver. You have a number of resources available to assist you to succeed in your general chemistry course.
This textbook will be a valuable resource, and we have written it with you, and the different ways you may use the book, in mind. If you are someone who reads a chapter from the first page to the last, you will see that Chemistry: The Science in Context, Fifth Edition, introduces the chemical principles within a chapter by using contexts drawn from daily life as well as from other disciplines, including biology, environmental science, materials science, astronomy, geology, and medicine. We believe that these contexts make chemistry more interesting, relevant, understandable, and memorable.
Chemists’ unique perspective of natural processes and insights into the properties of substances, from high-performance alloys to the products of biotechnology, are based on understanding these processes and substances at the particulate level (the atomic and molecular level). A major goal of this book is to help you develop this microscale perspective and link it to macroscopic properties. With that in mind, we begin each chapter with a Particulate Review and Particulate Preview on the first page. The goal of these tools is to prepare you for the material in the chapter. The Review assesses important prior knowledge you need to interpret particulate images in the chapter. The Particulate Preview asks you to speculate about new concepts you will see in the chapter and is meant to focus your reading.
- Particles of Matter: Measurement and the Tools of Science
- Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: Matter Starts Here
- Stoichiometry: Mass, Formulas, and Reactions
- Reactions in Solution: Aqueous Chemistry in Nature
- Thermochemistry: Energy Changes in Reactions
- Properties of Gases: The Air We Breathe
- A Quantum Model of Atoms: Waves, Particles, and Periodic Properties
- Chemical Bonds: What Makes a Gas a Greenhouse Gas?
- Molecular Geometry: Shape Determines Function
- Intermolecular Forces: The Uniqueness of Water
- Solutions: Properties and Behavior
- Solids: Crystals, Alloys, and Polymers
- Chemical Kinetics: Reactions in the Atmosphere
- Chemical Equilibrium: How Much Product Does a Reaction Really Make?
- Acid–Base Equilibria: Proton Transfer in Biological Systems
- Additional Aqueous Equilibria: Chemistry and the Oceans
- Thermodynamics: Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous Reactions and Processes
- Electrochemistry: The Quest for Clean Energy
- Nuclear Chemistry: Applications to Energy and Medicine
- Organic and Biological Molecules: The Compounds of Life
- The Main Group Elements: Life and the Periodic Table
- Transition Metals: Biological and Medical Applications
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