A new text that reflects Gillespie's considerable experience teaching general chemistry and his well-publicized views on how to improve and change the course. The characteristic themes are brevity more integrated coverage of modern chemistry (i.e, more emphasis on qualitative inorganic and organic chemistry), greater emphasis on qualitative aspects and problems, and an approach that builds from phenomenon in and reactions (descriptive facts) to theory and principles.From the Back Cover:
An introductory general chemstry book, that integrates organic and inorganic chemistry throughout, and reduces abstract theory, by placing greater emphasis on the conceptual and descriptive aspects of chemistry.
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