Chemistry: The Science in Context 2003 edition

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Thomas R. Gilbert, Rein V. Kirss, and Geoffrey Davies
Publisher: W. W. Norton


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  • 1: Matter and Its Orgins (28)
  • 2: Nuclear Chemistry and the Origins of the Elements (29)
  • 3: Electrons and Electromagnetic Radiation (28)
  • 4: Stoichiometry and the Formation of the Earth (30)
  • 5: Solution Chemistry and the Hydrosphere (31)
  • 6: Chemical Bonding and Atmospheric Molecules (30)
  • 7: Molecular Shape and the Greenhouse Effect (29)
  • 8: Properties of Gases and the Air that We Breathe (35)
  • 9: Intermolecular Forces and Liquids: Water, Nature's Universal Solvent (28)
  • 10: The Solid State: A Molecular View of Gems and Minerals (24)
  • 11: Thermochemistry and the Quest for Energy (25)
  • 12: Energy and Organic Chemistry (26)
  • 13: Entropy and Free Energy and Fueling the Human Engine (24)
  • 14: Chemical Kinetics and Air Pollution (24)
  • 15: Chemical Equilibrium and Why Smog Persists (26)
  • 16: Equilibrium in the Aqueous Phase and Acid Rain (10)
  • 17: Electrochemistry and Electrical Energy (11)
  • 18: Materials Chemistry: Past, Present, and Future (10)

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Chapter 1: Matter and Its Orgins
1.P 28 007 010 011 025 026 028 030 032 034 036 039 040 041 042 045 046 049 051 052 056 057 058 060 061 062 068 070 072
Chapter 2: Nuclear Chemistry and the Origins of the Elements
2.P 29 010 011 014 016 024 028 030 041 043 048 050 063 064 066 068 070 072 074 077 081 083 084 085 086 087 088 091 094 098
Chapter 3: Electrons and Electromagnetic Radiation
3.P 28 010 013 014 016 026 028 029 030 032 034 037 038 042 046 050 052 053 054 056 058 063 068 072 074 076 078 084 086
Chapter 4: Stoichiometry and the Formation of the Earth
4.P 30 014 015 018 021 023 026 031 032 034 036 039 040 042 043 046 049 051 054 066 076 082 086 094 096 098 099 100 101 102 112
Chapter 5: Solution Chemistry and the Hydrosphere
5.P 31 009 012 014 015 018 020 023 024 027 030 034 043 048 052 054 056 060 062 063 066 072 076 078 082 090 098 114 120 130 132 134
Chapter 6: Chemical Bonding and Atmospheric Molecules
6.P 30 009 010 011 012 016 023 024 026 028 037 038 039 040 048 058 068 070 074 076 081 082 088 090 092 094 095 097 098 099 100
Chapter 7: Molecular Shape and the Greenhouse Effect
7.P 29 005 008 010 013 014 015 017 019 020 024 028 031 032 033 034 044 052 056 064 065 068 070 085 086 102 107 108 109 110
Chapter 8: Properties of Gases and the Air that We Breathe
8.P 35 009 010 011 012 018 019 020 024 025 026 030 036 037 038 039 041 042 043 045 046 047 048 049 056 060 069 071 078 079 088 090 104 106 112 129
Chapter 9: Intermolecular Forces and Liquids: Water, Nature's Universal Solvent
9.P 28 002 003 004 008 012 020 022 024 026 027 028 030 031 035 038 039 042 043 045 046 047 048 050 054 060 063 065 066
Chapter 10: The Solid State: A Molecular View of Gems and Minerals
10.P 24 003 007 009 010 023 026 028 030 032 033 037 039 043 044 047 049 050 051 053 058 065 070 071 073
Chapter 11: Thermochemistry and the Quest for Energy
11.P 25 013 023 027 028 030 031 032 034 051 052 055 057 058 061 063 066 075 083 085 087 088 090 095 097 098
Chapter 12: Energy and Organic Chemistry
12.P 26 011 012 013 019 021 023 025 029 030 031 032 043 047 048 053 056 059 073 075 076 079 083 086 093 097 105
Chapter 13: Entropy and Free Energy and Fueling the Human Engine
13.P 24 009 011 016 018 020 024 032 034 036 038 046 048 049 052 054 056 058 066 070 072 074 083 086 102
Chapter 14: Chemical Kinetics and Air Pollution
14.P 24 010 012 014 018 026 028 030 032 034 040 042 044 048 051 053 058 062 064 070 072 080 082 086 096
Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium and Why Smog Persists
15.P 26 011 013 016 017 018 024 026 029 030 036 039 049 052 062 063 065 067 071 073 076 077 079 086 087 093 094
Chapter 16: Equilibrium in the Aqueous Phase and Acid Rain
16.P 10 009 010 014 017 019 022 024 035 059 066
Chapter 17: Electrochemistry and Electrical Energy
17.P 11 007 015 017 020 034 035 041 047 066 068 070
Chapter 18: Materials Chemistry: Past, Present, and Future
18.P 10 007 012 027 028 032 038 042 045 062 065
Total 448