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Chemistry, Grade 6-8 (Walch Science Literacy…

Chemistry, Grade 6-8 (Walch Science Literacy Series)

by David E. Newton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0825133114, Paperback)

Research chemists make important discoveries every year, and their colleagues in chemical engineering and technology use chemistry to develop innovative solutions to a wide range of everyday challenges. This book describes the major breakthroughs in chemistry and chemical technology that have occurred over the past several years. It provides an excellent, in-depth overview of current developments in the field of chemistry and a closer look at the brilliant and creative men and women who make them happen. Also included is a series of lively and interesting biographical sketches of current leaders in the field, including some recent Nobel Prize winners in chemistry. Diagrams, photos, and other illustrations enhance the text.

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