This flexible textbook for courses in introductory chemistry allows professors to tailor the order of the units to accommodate their particular needs. The text is unbound, printed on standard notebook-size paper, and three-hole punched so it may be assembled in any logical order in a standard binder. Features: * "Flexible" format makes designing a course more convenient for the professor! * There is a new emphasis on thinking about chemistry on three levels--macroscopic, microscopic, and particulate. * Unit 1 introduces students to several of the pedagogical features of the text that help them "learn how to learn" chemistry. * The examples in the text are printed in a workbook style--space is provided right in the book for students to note their answers as they are led step-by-step through the example. * The new illustrations include summary flowcharts that show the inter-relationships among concepts and macroscopic-microscopic renditions of chemical reactivity on an atomic and molecular level.
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Book Description Saunders College Pub, 1997. Loose Leaf. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0030199786
Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Bookseller Inventory # 97800301997831.0