McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 1st edition
An atoms-first approach that is tailored to introductory chemistry has been used to write and develop Julia Burdge and Michelle Driessen's book Introductory Chemistry: An Atoms-First Approach (PDF). This approach has been used from the very beginning of the book's development. It is not a condensed version of a general chemistry textbook, but rather one that has been meticulously crafted with the introductory chemistry student in mind. Rather than the historical development that has historically been utilized, the arrangement of themes makes it easier for beginners to conceptualize chemistry. This is in contrast to the typical usage of historical development. It is written in a manner that is approachable for students and uses language that is conversational, and it emphasizes the relevance of chemistry to everyday life as well as the awe and wonder that it inspires. This textbook continues the Burdge tradition by utilizing an exceptional art program, a consistent approach to problem-solving, interesting applications woven throughout the chapters, and a wide variety and range of end-of-chapter problems. All of these elements contribute to the textbook's overall quality.
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