Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change (2nd Canadian Editon)

Download Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change (2nd Canadian Editon) written by Martin Silberberg, Patricia Amateis, Sophie Lavieri, Rashmi Venkateswaran in PDF format. This book is under the category Chemistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1259087115; 1259370208/9781259087110. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Martin Silberberg, Patricia Amateis, Sophie Lavieri, Rashmi Venkateswaran


McGraw-Hill Ryerson; 2nd Edition (Canadian)




1264 page




1259087115; 1259370208



Book Description

It is widely acknowledged that Silberberg’s Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change is the general chemistry textbook that best exemplifies what is considered to be the gold standard.

Second Canadian edition of Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change. Chemistry (PDF) continues to retain that unequaled reputation by containing the most accurate illustrations ranging from macroscopic to molecular level, consistent step-by-step worked problems, and a vast selection of end-of-chapter problems; comprising a wide variety of problems and applications. IUPAC consistency, a combination of metric and SI units, and extended coverage of organic chemistry in Silberberg fulfill the requirements of the course curricula of a number of post-secondary Canadian schools.

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Table of contents

Table of contents :
1. Keys to the study of Chemistry —
2. The components of matter —
3. Stoichiometry and chemical equations —
4. Gases and kinetic-molecular theory —
5. Thermochemistry: energy flow and chemical change —
6. Quantum theory and atomic structure —
7. Electron configuration and chemical periodicity —
8. Models of chemical bonding —
9. The shapes of melecules —
10. Theories of covalent bonding —
11. Intermolecular forces: liquids, solids, and phase changes —
12. The properties of mixtures: solutions and colloids —
13. Periodic patterns in the main-group elements —
14. Kinetics: rates and mechanisms of chemical reactions —
15. Equilibrium: the extent of chemical reactions —
16. Acid-base equilibria —
17. Ionic equilibria in acqueous solutions —
18. Thermodynamics: entropy, Gibbs energy, and the direction of chemical reactions —
19. Electrochemistry —
20. Organic compounds and the atomic properties of carbon —
21. Organic reaction mechanisms —
22. Special topics in organic chemistry —
23. The elements in nature and industry —
24. Transition elements and their coordination compounds —
25. Nuclear reactions and their applications.

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