Chemistry / senior contributing authors, Paul Flowers, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Klaus Theopold, University of Delaware, Richard Langley, Stephen F. Austin State University, William R. Robinson, PhD
- Flowers, Paul, 1962-
- Houson, Texas : OpenStax, 
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- 1,321 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Bott, Simon (Simon Gregory), Carpenetti, Donald, Eklund, Andrew, El-Giar, Emad, Frantz, Don (Donald Dieter), Hooker, Paul, 1964-, Kaminski, George, Look, Jennifer, Martinez, Carol, Milliken, Troy, 1967-, Moravec, Vicki, Powell, Jason D., 1975-, Sorensen, Thomas, 1957-, Soult, Allison, 1973-, Theopold, Klaus (Klaus Hellmut), Langley, Richard, Robinson, William R., Blaser, Mark, and OpenStax (Nonprofit organization)
- Essential ideas -- Atoms, molecules, and ions -- Composition of substances and solutions -- Stoichiometry of chemical reactions -- Thermochemistry -- Electronic structure and periodic properties of elements -- Chemical bonding and molecular geometry -- Advanced theories of covalent bonding -- Gases -- Liquids and solids -- Solutions and colloids -- Kinetics -- Fundamental equilibrium concepts -- Acid-base equilibria -- Equilibria of other reaction classes -- Thermodynamics -- Electrochemistry -- Representative metals, metalloids, and nonmetals -- Transition metals and coordination chemistry -- Organic chemistry -- Nuclear chemistry. -- Appendix A: The periodical table -- Apppendix B: Essential mathematics -- Appendix C: Units and conversion factors -- Appendix D: Fundamental physical constants -- Appendix E. Water properties -- Appendix F: Composition of commerical acids and bases -- Appendix G: Standard thermodynamic properties for selected substances -- Appendix H: Ionization constants of weak acids -- Appendix I: Ionization constants of weak bases -- Appendix J: Solubility products -- Appendix K: Formation constants for complex ions -- Appendix L: Standard electrode (half-cell) potentials -- Appendix M: Half-lives for several radioactive isotopes.
- Chemistry is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of the two-semester general chemistry course. The textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of chemistry and understand how those concepts apply to their lives and the world around them. The book also includes a number of innovative features, including interactive exercises and real-world applications, designed to enhance student learning.
- 194717262X hardcover
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- Open educational resources
- Includes indexes.
"Contributing authors, Mark Blaser, Simon Bott, Donald Carpenetti, Andrew Eklund, Emad El-Giar, Don Frantz, Paul Hooker, Jennifer Look, George Kaminski, Carol Martinez, Troy Milliken, Vicki Moravec, Jason Powell, Thomas Sorenson, Allison Soult."--Pages 5-6.
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