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Chemistry: Chemistry Calculations Explained

by A Ninan Studymates
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Pbk 160 pages
AU$29.99 NZ$31.30
Product Status: Old Edition - Please See New Edition
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Not being able to calculate in chemistry is like not being able to spell. This book helps you to develop the skills to tackle the different types of calculation needed at A-level chemistry and first-year degree level. To be successful in chemistry, the student needs to calculate from theoretical situations and from practical experiments. This is where this book will help you master these important skills. These skills range from percentage yield and purity to Avogadro’s constant: reactions in solids to structure determination. There are tutorials at the end of each chapter with practice questions, discussion points, practical assignments and study and revision tips to help you learn efficiently.

the mole concept and Stoichiometry gases: pressure, volume and temperature relationships enthalpy changes equilibrium rates of reactions, oxidation-reduction

'This book is blissful' Eileen Field Salters Chemistry of the Year Teacher finalist Head of Education Accipio Learning
Dr A Ninan is a teacher with over twenty years of experience. She has taught at GCSE, A level and at undergraduate level. She is a former lecturer at the University of the West of England and holds professional qualifications in chemistry.