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The science of matter and its chemical reactions, properties, structure, and composition, is explained in detail in the book Chemistry (Cengage Learning, ISBN 9780547125329) by Steven S. Zumdahl and Susan A. Zumdahl. As the subject is considered 'the central science' due to its connection to all the natural sciences (i.e. biology and geology) and physics,...
The science of matter and its chemical reactions, properties, structure, and composition, is explained in detail in the book Chemistry (Cengage Learning, ISBN 9780547125329) by Steven S. Zumdahl and Susan A. Zumdahl. As the subject is considered 'the central science' due to its connection to all the natural sciences (i.e. biology and geology) and physics, this reference provides the necessary foundation by explaining the fundamentals in a manner that university students can easily grasp. Using a comprehensive approach and a beginner-friendly language, Steven S. Zumdahl and co-author Susan A. Zumdahl are able to explain the importance of problem solving strategies. The textbook clearly communicates the easiest ways to view, analyze, and solve chemistry-related problems critically, helping students develop problem-solving skills for use in their daily lives. To achieve this, Chemistry opens with a chapter on the scientific method, units of measurements, significant figures, and calculations before moving on to the basics of the subject, such as the classifications of matter, atoms, molecules, and ions. A comprehensive selection of appendices have been integrated to serve as a handy reference on topics like mathematical procedures, the quantitative kinetic molecular model, units and conversion, and equilibrium constants and reduction potentials. Steven S. Zumdahl served as a professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Parkland College, and the University of Illinois, where he was also the associate head of the chemistry department and director of general chemistry. Together Susan A. Zumdahl, his aim is to write more textbooks that help students shift from theory to actual practice.
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