Homework Helpers: Chemistry

Editor/Author Curran, Greg
Publication Year: 2011
Publisher: Career Press

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-60163-163-3
Category: Science - Chemistry
Image Count: 744
Book Status: Available
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Homework Helpers: Chemistry is a user-friendly review book that will make every student or parent trying to help their child feel like he or she has a private Chemistry tutor. Concepts are explained in clear, easy-to-understand language, and problems are worked out with step-by-step methods that are easy to follow.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface: Welcome to Homework Helpers: Chemistry!
  • Chapter 1: An Introduction to Chemistry: The Science of Chemistry
  • Lesson 1–1: Classification of Matter
  • Lesson 1–2: Phases of Matter
  • Lesson 1–3: Chemical and Physical Properties
  • Lesson 1–4: Chemical and Physical Changes
  • Lesson 1–5: Energy and Chemical Reactions
  • Chapter 2: Measurements and Calculations
  • Lesson 2–1: The International System of Measurements (SI)
  • Lesson 2–2: Measuring Matter
  • Lesson 2–3: Uncertainty in Measurements
  • Lesson 2–4: Calculating with Significant Digits
  • Lesson 2–5: The Factor-Label Method
  • Lesson 2–6: Density Calculations
  • Chapter 3: Atomic Structure
  • Lesson 3–1: Modern Atomic Theory and Model
  • Lesson 3–2: Elemental Symbols
  • Lesson 3–3: Quantum Numbers
  • Lesson 3–4: Electron Configuration
  • Lesson 3–5: Orbital Notation
  • Lesson 3–6: Lewis Dot Notation
  • Lesson 3–7: The Periodic Table of Elements
  • Chapter 4: Bonding and Molecular Structure
  • Lesson 4–1: Types of Bonds
  • Lesson 4–2: Ionic vs. Molecular Compounds
  • Lesson 4–3: Lewis Dot Diagrams for Compounds
  • Lesson 4–4: Structural Formulas
  • Lesson 4–5: Geometry of Molecules
  • Lesson 4–6: Polarity of Molecules
  • Chapter 5: Chemical Formulas
  • Lesson 5–1: Oxidation Numbers
  • Lesson 5–2: Writing Chemical Formulas
  • Lesson 5–3: Naming Compounds
  • Lesson 5–4: Molecular and Empirical Formulas
  • Lesson 5–5: Molecular and Formula Mass
  • Lesson 5–6: Using Coefficients With Formulas
  • Chapter 6: Chemical and Nuclear Reactions
  • Lesson 6–1: Balancing Chemical Equations
  • Lesson 6–2: Classifying Chemical Reactions
  • Lesson 6–3: Ionic Equations
  • Lesson 6–4: Oxidation and Reduction Reactions
  • Lesson 6–5: Nuclear Reactions
  • Chapter 7: Stoichiometry
  • Lesson 7–1: The Mole
  • Lesson 7–2: Molar Conversions
  • Lesson 7–3: Mole-Mole Problems
  • Lesson 7–4: Mass-Mass Problems
  • Lesson 7–5: Mixed Mass-Volume Problems
  • Lesson 7–6: Volume-Volume Problems
  • Chapter 8: Gases
  • Lesson 8–1: Measuring Gas Pressure
  • Lesson 8–2: Boyle's Law
  • Lesson 8–3: Charles's Law
  • Lesson 8–4: Dalton's Law
  • Lesson 8–5: Combined Gas Law
  • Lesson 8–6: Graham's Law
  • Lesson 8–7: Ideal Gas Law
  • Chapter 9: Solutions, Acids, and Bases
  • Lesson 9–1: Solutions
  • Lesson 9–2: Properties of Acids and Bases
  • Lesson 9–3: Naming Acids
  • Lesson 9–4: Theories of Acids and Bases
  • Lesson 9–5: Strengths of Acids and Bases
  • Lesson 9–6: Acid-Base Titrations
  • Glossary
  • About the Author