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Chemistry: Concepts and Problems: A Self-Teaching Guide

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A fully updated edition of a strong-selling self-teaching guide, this book covers all the basics of an introductory chemistry course assuming no previous exposure to chemistry and only simple algebra. The interactive style with frequent questions, problems and self-tests helps readers learn quickly and retain what they've learned.
Paperback, Second Edition, 303 pages
Published March 9th 1996 by Wiley (first published October 1st 1979)
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Mar 13, 2010 Kathrynn rated it it was amazing
Excellent source to use for reviewing the basic concepts of high school chemistry or the first part of a college level chemistry course. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to those confused about the basic atomic structure, periodic table, atomic weights, formula weights (molar mass), nomenclature!, balancing equations, moles, gases, solids, solutions, equilibrium, acids and bases--logorithms and PH.

There were some great charts packed inside these pages! I thought they were nicely structured
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i didn't read this word for word...but i found it to be a great resource. it explains things in a way (a better way) than other books have. i recommend it to anyone who is having trouble grasping the basic concepts of chemistry :)
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This is a great book for establishing the ground work for chemistry concepts. Recommended for high school or college entry science. Easy to read with lots of questions throughout.
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