Revised to help students obtain a higher level of understanding of general chemistry concepts, CHEMISTRY a CHEMICAL REACTIVITY, 7th Edition provides the most robust homework/assessment tools ever offered in chemistry. The Enhanced Review Edition combines the text's signature logical organization, macro to micro orientation, and superior art program with new exam preparation sections designed to help students better prepare for multiple chapter examinations. Let's Review sections present study tips, key points lists, and new exam-type questions for multiple chapters grouped according to where most exams occur in the course. The Enhanced Review Edition includes the same integration of media as the standard edition, which includes hundreds of guided simulations, animations, video clips, and a personal tutor. Online Web-based Learning (OWL) is a fully customizable homework system with an optional e-book that maximizes study time and your options for assignments and is available for separate purchase or in a package with your text. Additional more challenging end-of-chapter study questions, which are fully assignable in OWL, give you more choices. And for the student on the go, the new Go Chemistry mini video lectures and flash cards provide the perfect quick review. Quality writing, seamless technology integration, and a rich ancillary package remain the hallmarks of the text. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.duce the factors that lead chemical reactions to be successful in converting reactants to products. ... Organic chemistry (Chapter 10) is often left to one of the final chapters in chemistry textbooks. ... In addition to the regular chapters, uses and applications of chemistry are described in more detail in supplemental chapters on The Chemistry of Fuels and Energy Sources; ... Historical Perspectives, A Closer Look (for a more in-depth look at relevant material), and Problem Solving Tips.
|Title||:||Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, Enhanced Edition|
|Author||:||John Kotz, Paul Treichel, John Townsend|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2009-02-09|