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Chemistry for changing times by John W. Hill
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Chemistry for changing times

by John W. Hill, Doris K. Kolb (Author)

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For a 1-2 term Chemistry and Society course for non-science majors. Visually appealing, understandable, and interesting to read, Chemistry for Changing Times is the leading text that defines the liberal arts chemistry course. Its goal is to create informed, scientifically literate consumers and decision-makers. In presenting basic chemical concepts with abundant everyday applications, the authors personalize chemistry for today's students-focusing them on evaluating information about real-life issues instead of memorizing rigorous theory and mathematics.

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