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Useful tool designed to help visualize molecules while providing additional chemical data about the compound. Typing the name of the compound of interest will result in the appropriate ball-and-stick model, as well as a space-filling model. Right-clicking on the model gives you an extensive menu of options, including the ability to export it in a variety of image formats.
Provides access to data compiled and distributed by NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program including thermochemical data for over 7,000 organic and small inorganic compounds, reaction thermochemistry data for over 8,000 reactions, IR spectra for over 16,000 compounds, mass spectra for over 15,000 compounds, and much more.
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A computational knowledge engine: returns scientific knowledge, statistics and computations. Useful for chemistry topics including formulas, atomic/molecular weight, boiling/freezing points and density.
This reference guide gives us a tour of 100 of the most important, common, unusual, and intriguing compounds known to science. Each entry gives an extensive explanation of the composition, molecular formula, and chemical properties of the compound. In addition, each entry reviews the relevant chemistry, history, and uses of the compound, with discussions of the origin of the compound's name, the discovery or first synthesis of the compound, production statistics, and uses of the compound.
This book presents all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills. Practice problems with full explanations that reinforce knowledge. Covers the most up-to-date developments in your course field. In-depth review of practices and applications. Fully compatible with your classroom text.
This work follows the organization of standard organic courses and can also be used as a study guide for the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) and DAT (Dental Admissions Testing) exams. This is a self teaching guide that comes with key points, background information, quizzes and a final exam at the end of each chapter.
This Outline presents all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You also get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills. Includes practice problems with full explanations that reinforce knowledge. Coverage of the most up-to-date developments in your course field. In-depth review of practices and applications. Fully compatible with your classroom text,
.Chemical Calculations: Mathematics for Chemistry, Second Edition provides a unified, student-friendly reference of mathematical concepts and techniques incorporated into the context of familiar chemical topics.
1001 Chemistry Practice Problems For Dummies provides students of this popular course the chance to practice what they learn in class, deepening their understanding of the material, and allowing for supplemental explanation of difficult topics.
This Schaum's College Chemistry Outline gives you 1,340 fully solved problems Clear, concise explanations of all college chemistry concepts Support for all the major textbooks for college chemistry courses Fully compatible with your classroom text, Schaum's highlights all the important facts you need to know.
Kumi loves to eat, but she's worried that her passion for junk food is affecting her health. Determined to unlock the secrets of dieting, she enlists the help of her brainy friend Nemoto and his beautiful biochemistry professor, Dr. Kurosaka. And so it begins... Follow along in The Manga Guide to Biochemistry as Kumi explores the mysteries of her body's inner workings.
Through an innovative, closely integrated design of images and text, and his characteristically clear, precise, and economical exposition, Peter Atkins explains the processes involved in chemical reactions. He begins by introducing a "tool kit" of basic reactions, such as precipitation,corrosion, and catalysis, and concludes by showing how these building blocks are brought together in more complex processes such as photosynthesis.
The Wonderful Life with the Elements isan illustrated guide to the periodic table that gives chemistry a friendly face. In this super periodic table, every element is a unique character whose properties are represented visually: heavy elements are fat, man-made elements are robots, and noble gases sport impressive afros. Every detail is significant, from the length of an element's beard to the clothes on its back. You'll also learn about each element's discovery, its common uses, and other vital stats like whether it floats or explodes in water. Why bother trudging through a traditional periodic table? In this periodic paradise, the elements are people too. And once you've met them, you'll never forget them.
In this authoritative introduction to the periodic table, Eric Scerri presents a modern and fresh exploration of this fundamental topic in the physical sciences, considering the deeper implications of the arrangements of the table to atomic physics and quantum mechanics. Scerri looks at the trends in properties of elements that led to the construction of the periodic table, and how the deeper meaning of its structure gradually became apparent with the development of atomic theory and quantum mechanics, so that physics arguably came to colonize an entirely different science, chemistry.