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Chemistry Made Simple

Author : John T. Moore, Ed.D.
ISBN : 0307433005
Genre : Science
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See the world, one molecule at a time. Chemistry helps us understand not only the world around us, but also our own bodies. CHEMISTRY MADE SIMPLE makes it fun. Each chapter has practice problems with complete solutions that reinforce learning. A glossary of chemical terms, the modern periodic table, and detailed illustrations throughout make this the best introduction to one of the most studied of all sciences. Topics covered include: *the Scientific Method *the structure and properties of matter *compounds *laws of chemistry *gases, liquids, and solids *solutions *electrochemistry *the atmosphere *biochemistry *organic chemistry *nuclear chemistry *energy *the environment Look for these Made Simple titles Accounting Made Simple Arithmetic Made Simple Astronomy Made Simple Biology Made Simple Bookkeeping Made Simple Business Letters Made Simple Earth Science Made Simple English Made Simple French Made Simple German Made Simple Ingles Hecho Facil Investing Made Simple Italian Made Simple Latin Made Simple Learning English Made Simple Mathematics Made Simple The Perfect Business Plan Made Simple Philosophy Made Simple Physics Made Simple Psychology Made Simple Sign Language Made Simple Spelling Made Simple Statistics Made Simple Your Small Business Made Simple www.broadwaybooks.com
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The Chemistry Of Essential Oils Made Simple

Author : David Stewart
ISBN : 0934426996
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Whether you have a background in chemistry or not, you will understand and enjoy this book. It will enlighten and entertain you while demonstrating, by the chemistry of essential oils, that God's power and divine nature can be seen through the things he has made. (Romans 1:20). Based on both science and scripture, this book reveals the harmony between the two. Dr. Stewart describes the relationship between the material world and the spiritual world to explain how oils bring healing."--Back cover.
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Chemistry Made Simple

Author : Fred C. Hess
ISBN : 0385188501
Genre : Science
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Explains the fundamentals of chemistry in a comprehensive, easy-to-use text designed for self-study and review, with all mathematical problems worked out in detail
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Organic Chemistry Made Simple

Author : S. K. Murthy
ISBN : 0434984892
Genre : Chemistry, Organic
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Organic Chemistry: Made Simple provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of organic chemistry. A systematic approach to the subject is adopted with compounds classified according to the functional groups present. A non-mathematical approach is applied to the modern theories of chemical structure and bonding. Each chapter also contains a summary and most conclude with a set of problems. The book is organized into four parts. Part I provides introductory material, including the scope of organic chemistry and the architecture of atoms and molecules. Part II discusses aliphatic compound...
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Organic Chemistry

Author : S. K. Murthy
ISBN : 9781483141237
Genre : Science
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Organic Chemistry: Made Simple provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of organic chemistry. A systematic approach to the subject is adopted with compounds classified according to the functional groups present. A non-mathematical approach is applied to the modern theories of chemical structure and bonding. Each chapter also contains a summary and most conclude with a set of problems. The book is organized into four parts. Part I provides introductory material, including the scope of organic chemistry and the architecture of atoms and molecules. Part II discusses aliphatic compounds such as hydrocarbons, halogen derivatives of the paraffins, and alcohols and ethers. Part III covers aromatic compounds including benzene and its derivatives; aromatic amines, diazo compounds, and dyes; and phenols and aromatic alcohols. Part IV deals with heterocyclic compounds, physiologically active compounds, and polymers. This book is written for persons with some knowledge of general or inorganic chemistry who wish to obtain an understanding of organic chemistry. The book more than covers the syllabus for the G.C.E. Advanced Level Chemistry course. It could serve as an organic chemistry textbook or companion reader for students studying for a Teacher's Certificate, Higher National Certificate or Advanced Chemical Technician's Certificate.
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Chemistry Made Easy

Author : C. T. Nell
ISBN : OCLC:709387378
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Volume 1: Chemistry is the study of matter. Science measures in its awn units. Chemical change is the basics of chemistry. Air is a mixture. Oxygen, like all other gases, obeys certain laws. Hydrogen is the lightest element. Oxygen and hydrogen form two compouns, water and hydrogen peroxide. Substances are made of moving particles. Symbols, formulas and equations are convenient abbreviations. Per cent figures mean parts per hundred. Chemical calculations depend on balanced equations. A chemical laboratory requires special equipament. Solutions are often described in terms of the amount of dissolved substance present. Some solutions conduct an electric current. Elements show a periodic relationship. Acids and alkalies are chemical opposites. The amount of acid or alkali in solution is determined by titration. The ph value of a solution shows the amount of active acid or active alkali present. The ph value of a solution can be determined colorimetrically. The ph value of a on can be determined electrometrically. Salts are common substances. Oxidation is accompanied by reduction. Volume 2: Chlorine is an active nonmetal. Fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine are halogens. Sulfur forms many types of compounds. Nitrogen compounds are a part of all living matter. Phosphorus may make food or poison. Carbon forms oxides of carbon and carbonic acid. The oxide of silicon in sand. Metals are conveniently arranged in an electromotive series. Sodium is the leading alkali metal. Potassium is much like sodium. Ammonium compounds resemble those of alkali metals. Barium, strontium and calcium are alkaline earth metals. Magnesium is a light metal. Aluminum comes from bauxite. Zinc forms the only white sulfide. Chromium is a serviceable plating material. Iron and steel are basic constructional materials. Nickel is used mainly in alloys. Tin is highly malleable. Lead forms useful oxides. Arsenic and antimony, metals or nonmetals? Copper is a good conductor of electricity. Mercury is th only liquid metal. Silver is classed with the precious metals. Platinum is nonreactive. Gold has to be alloyed to make it useful. Radioctive elements changeautomatically into different elements. Colloids are submicroscopic. Volume 3: Part I: Aliohatic compounds: Organic chemistry deals with hydrocarbons and their beginning of a homologous series. Unsaturated compounds contain double or triple bonds. Hydrocarbons form halogen derivatives. Alcohols contain the hydroxil group. Aldehydes and ketones contain a carbonyl group. Acids contain the carboxyl group. Esters are like organic salts with an alkyl group in place of a metal. Ethers are oxides with hydrocarbon radicals. Amines and amides are organic derivatives of ammonia. Alkyl cyanides and cyano compounds contain the nitrile group. Many sulfur compounds have a bad odor. Acetoacetic ester has two forms, or is tautomeric. Some hydroxy acids are optically active. Carbohydrates are compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Part II: Aromatic compounds: The simplest cyclic hydrocarbon is benzene. Benzene forms halogen derivatives and alcohols. Toluene and xylene are alkyl derivatives of benzene. Nitro compoundscontain the-NO2 group. Amines contain the-NH2 group. Azo dyes are prepared with the aid of diazonium salts. Cyclic carbonyl compounds include aldehydes, ketones and quinones. Cyclic acids carry a carboxyl group on the nucleus. Phenols carry a hydroxyl group on the nucleus. Many cyclic compounds have complex structures. Ethers are nonreactive. Naphthalene is a double ring compouns. Anthalene and anthraquinone contain three rings. Many compounds contain atoms other than carbon in the ring. Proteins contain amino acids. Vitamins are essential food elements. Volume 4: Inorganic acids. Bases or alkalies. Sodium salts of inorganic acids. Potassium salts of inorganic acids. Sodium and potassium saltsof organic acids. Ammonium and lithium compounds. Calcium compounds. Barium, strontium and magnesium compounds. Compounds of nickel, cobalt, magnese and zinc. Compounds of aluminum, chromium and iron. Arsenic, antimony and tin. Copper, cadmium and bismuth. Lead, silver, gold and mercury. Miscellaneous metals and compounds. Carbon and miscellaneous nonmetls with their oxides and related compounds. Hydrocarbons, other than those from petroleum, and their simple halogen derivatives. Petroleum hydrocarbons and related products. Alcohols. Phenols and their derivatives. Aldehydes and ketones and their derivatives. Organic acids and closely related compounds. Amines, nitro compounds, and various organic nitrogen derivatives. Esters. Fats and fatty oils. Waxes. Ethers. Organic dyes. Toners, lakes and reduced colors. Natural plant products.
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