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Chemistry: A Molecular Approach

by Nivaldo J. Tro

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I almost forgot I had finally finished this book. Thank goodness. I have hard feelings about my chemistry class I took this semester and some of those feelings have slipped into hard feelings for chemistry itself and this book. But that is me. Chemistry is not my forte. It’s not something I like or am good at. However this book did help me understand things that I could not understand from my class lectures or the professor. It was good with explaining the material and showing enough examples. It did was it was meant to. ( )
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For two-semester or three-quarter courses in General Chemistry.


The author’s goal in writing this book is to deliver the depth of coverage faculty want with the accessibility and clarity that students need for success.  Nivaldo J. Tro’s Chemistry: A Molecular Approach explains difficult chemical concepts in a concise and clear student-centered manner while also providing faculty with the flexibility to go more deeply into many key, often neglected topics, such as electron diffraction, molecular orbital theory, and free-energy changes under non-standard conditions.  Chemistry is presented visually throughmulti-level images (macroscopic, molecular and symbolic representations), which helps students see the connections among the formulas (symbolic), the world around them (macroscopic), and the atoms and molecules that make up the world (molecular).  Every aspect of this book focuses students on recognizing that the behavior of matter is based on the behavior of atoms and molecules.

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