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Master the art of balancing chemical reactions through examples and practice: 10 examples are fully solved step-by-step with explanations to serve as a guide.Over 200 chemical equations provide ample practice.Exercises start out easy and grow progressively more challenging and involved.Answers to every problem are tabulated at the back of the book.A chapter of pre-balancing exercises helps develop essential counting skills.Opening chapter reviews pertinent concepts and ideas.Not just for students: Anyone who enjoys math and science puzzles can enjoy the challenge of balancing these chemical reactions.

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Author: Chris McMullen
Publisher: Zishka Publishing
Release: 2016-01-12
File: 158 Pages
ISBN-13: 1941691072

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The Language of Chemistry or Chemical Equations

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Genre: Science
Author: G.D. Tuli & P.L. Soni
Publisher: S. Chand Publishing
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ISBN-13: 8121925320

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THE QUICK AND PAINLESS WAY TO TEACH YOURSELF BASIC CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS AND TERMS Chemistry: A Self-Teaching Guide is the easy way to gain a solid understanding of the essential science of chemistry. Assuming no background knowledge of the subject, this clear and accessible guide covers the central concepts and key definitions of this fundamental science, from the basic structure of the atom to chemical equations. An innovative self-guided approach enables you to move through the material at your own pace—gradually building upon your knowledge while you strengthen your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This edition features new and revised content throughout, including a new chapter on organic chemistry, designed to dramatically increase how fast you learn and how much you retain. This powerful learning resource features: An interactive, step-by-step method proven to increase your understanding of the fundamental concepts of chemistry Learning objectives, practice questions, study problems, and a self-review test in every chapter to reinforce your learning An emphasis on practical concepts and clear explanations to ensure that you comprehend the material quickly Engaging end-of-chapter stories connecting the material to a relevant topic in chemistry to bring important concepts to life Concise, student-friendly chapters describing major chemistry concepts and terms, including the periodic table, atomic weights, chemical bonding, solutions, gases, solids, and liquids Chemistry: A Self-Teaching Guide is an ideal resource for high school or college students taking introductory chemistry courses, for students taking higher level courses needing to refresh their knowledge, and for those preparing for standardized chemistry and medical career admission tests.

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Genre: Science
Author: Richard Post
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release: 2020-09-16
File: 432 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781119632566

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EDITIONS: This book is available in paperback in 5.5" x 8.5" (portable size), 8.5" x 11" (large size), and as an eBook. This 5.5" x 8.5" edition is the most portable, while the details of the figures - including the periodic tables - are most clear in the large size and large print edition. However, the paperback editions are in black-and-white, whereas the eBooks are in color. OVERVIEW: This book focuses on fundamental chemistry concepts, such as understanding the periodic table of the elements and how chemical bonds are formed. No prior knowledge of chemistry is assumed. The mathematical component involves only basic arithmetic. The content is much more conceptual than mathematical. AUDIENCE: It is geared toward helping anyone – student or not – to understand the main ideas of chemistry. Both students and non-students may find it helpful to be able to focus on understanding the main concepts without the constant emphasis on computations that is generally found in chemistry lectures and textbooks. CONTENTS: (1) Understanding the organization of the periodic table, including trends and patterns. (2) Understanding ionic and covalent bonds and how they are formed, including the structure of valence electrons. (3) A set of rules to follow to speak the language of chemistry fluently: How to name compounds when different types of compounds follow different naming schemes. (4) Understanding chemical reactions, including how to balance them and a survey of important reactions. (5) Understanding the three phases of matter: properties of matter, amorphous and crystalline solids, ideal gases, liquids, solutions, and acids/bases. (6) Understanding atomic and nuclear structure and how it relates to chemistry. (7) VErBAl ReAcTiONS: A brief fun diversion from science for the verbal side of the brain, using symbols from chemistry's periodic table to make word puzzles. ANSWERS: Every chapter includes self-check exercises to offer practice and help the reader check his or her understanding. 100% of the exercises have answers at the back of the book. COPYRIGHT: Teachers who purchase one copy of this book or borrow one copy of this book from a library may reproduce selected pages for the purpose of teaching chemistry concepts to their own students.

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Genre: Science
Author: Chris McMullen Ph. D.
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Release: 2012-08-01
File: 176 Pages
ISBN-13: 1479134635

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For high school science teachers, homeschoolers, science coordinators, and informal science educators, this collection of 50 inquiry-based labs provides hands-on ways for students to learn science at homeOCosafely. Author Michael Horton promises that students who conduct the labs in Take-Home Chemistry as supplements to classroom instruction will enhance higher-level thinking, improve process skills, and raise high-stakes test scores."

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Genre: Education
Author: Michael Horton
Publisher: NSTA Press
Release: 2011-01-01
File: 244 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781936959945

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Practitioners and scholars explore ethical, social, and conceptual issues arising in relation to such devices as fitness monitors, neural implants, and a toe-controlled computer mouse. Body-centered computing now goes beyond the “wearable” to encompass implants, bionic technology, and ingestible sensors—technologies that point to hybrid bodies and blurred boundaries between human, computer, and artificial intelligence platforms. Such technologies promise to reconfigure the relationship between bodies and their environment, enabling new kinds of physiological interfacing, embodiment, and productivity. Using the term embodied computing to describe these devices, this book offers essays by practitioners and scholars from a variety of disciplines that explore the accompanying ethical, social, and conceptual issues. The contributors examine technologies that range from fitness monitors to neural implants to a toe-controlled mouse. They discuss topics that include the policy implications of ingestibles; the invasive potential of body area networks, which transmit data from bodily devices to the internet; cyborg experiments, linking a human brain directly to a computer; the evolution of the ankle monitor and other intrusive electronic monitoring devices; fashiontech, which offers users an aura of “cool” in exchange for their data; and the “final frontier” of technosupremacism: technologies that seek to read our minds. Taken together, the essays show the importance of considering embodied technologies in their social and political contexts rather than in isolated subjectivity or in purely quantitative terms. Contributors Roba Abbas, Andrew Iliadis, Gary Genosko, Suneel Jethani, Deborah Lupton, Katina Michael, M. G. Michael, Marcel O'Gorman, Maggie Orth, Isabel Pedersen, Christine Perakslis, Kevin Warwick, Elizabeth Wissinger

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Genre: Computers
Author: Isabel Pedersen
Publisher: MIT Press
Release: 2020-05-05
File: 288 Pages
ISBN-13: 9780262538558

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A comprehensive guide to performing mole and stoichiometric calculations with numerous examples, as well as questions and answers. Covers calculations relating to solids, solutions, gases and electrolysis, plus as limiting and excess reactants, chemical yields, atom economy and much more. Fully up to date with the last international standards - including the revised definition of mole which was agreed on November 16th, 2018.

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Author: Sunil Tanna
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release: 2018-11-19
File: 82 Pages
ISBN-13: 1729789323

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Genre: Chemistry
Author:
Publisher:
Release: 1861
File: Pages
ISBN-13: OXFORD:590525197

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External representations (pictures, diagrams, graphs, concrete models) have always been valuable tools for the science teacher. This book brings together the insights of practicing scientists, science education researchers, computer specialists, and cognitive scientists, to produce a coherent overview. It links presentations about cognitive theory, its implications for science curriculum design, and for learning and teaching in classrooms and laboratories.

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Genre: Education
Author: John K. Gilbert
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release: 2007-12-05
File: 325 Pages
ISBN-13: 1402052677

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Genre: Chemical reactions
Author: Dharshi Bopegedera
Publisher:
Release: 2017
File: 128 Pages
ISBN-13: 1607977443

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