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This book presents the essential facts of chemistry and the chemical aspects of other science related to mortuary science. The book follows closely the recommended course curriculum outline of the American Board of Funeral Service Education. The organization of the book flows logically from inorganic to organic to biochemistry. It begins with a discussion of general chemistry in the first part of the book. Among the topics addressed are: measurements; matter and energy; nature of matter and the changes in matter; chemical reactions; solution; ionization; and selected compounds such as oxygen, hydrogen, water, and ammonia. The second part of the book segues into a discussion of organic chemistry. Among the topics discussed are: nomenclature; reactions; and the uses of fundamental compounds. The third section of the book presents a discussion of biochemistry. The book provides embalming applications throughout and concludes with a chapter summarizing the action and composition of embalming fluids. A valuable chemistry reference book for mortuary professionals.
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This textbook presents in an understandable manner the essential facts of chemistry and the chemical aspects of other sciences related to mortuary science. The book follows closely the recommended course curriculum of the American Board of Funeral Service Education. It is the most widely adopted chemistry text among colleges of mortuary science.About the Author:
James M. Dorn received his B.S. in Biology and a Chemistry Minor from Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. He then went on to receive his M.S. in Virology at the University Of Cincinnati College Of Engineering. He is very involved in the field of embalming. He is an Ohio Licensee in Embalming and Funeral Directing, a member of Ohio Funeral Directors Association Disaster Response Team, a member of Ohio Embalmers Association, a Chairman American Board of Funeral Service Education National Board Examination Liaison Committee, the Vice President University Mortuary Science Education Association, and also an Education Consultant at the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice. Currently, James M. Dorn is the Chairman of the Department of Embalming Sciences at the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and is currently teaching Anatomy, Chemistry, Pathology and Microbiology.
Dr. Barbara Hopkins received her B.A. and Ph.D. from the Catholic University of America. She is currently the Associate Professor and Chair of the chemistry department at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her areas of expertise are Laser Induced Fluorescence, ICP-AES of organo-metal compounds. She received the McDonald Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Sciences in 1999.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M013654195X