General Chemistry - Standalone book (MindTap Course List) - 11th Edition - by Steven D. Gammon, Ebbing, Darrell Ebbing, Steven D., Darrell; Gammon, Darrell Ebbing; Steven D. Gammon, Darrell D.; Gammon, Ebbing; Steven D. Gammon; Darrell - ISBN 9781305580343
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11th Edition
Steven D. Gammon, Ebbing, Darrell Ebbing, Steven D., Darrell; Gammon, Darrell Ebbing; Steven D. Gammon, Darrell D.; Gammon, Ebbing; Steven D. Gammon; Darrell
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305580343

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Chapter 2.3 - Nuclear Structure; IsotopesChapter 2.4 - Atomic WeightsChapter 2.5 - Periodic Table Of The ElementsChapter 2.6 - Chemical Formulas; Molecular And Ionic SubstancesChapter 2.8 - Naming Simple CompoundsChapter 2.10 - Balancing Chemical EquationsChapter 3 - Calculations With Chemical Formulas And EquaitonsChapter 3.1 - Molecular Weight And Formula WeightChapter 3.2 - The Mole ConceptChapter 3.3 - Mass Percentages From The FormulaChapter 3.4 - Elemental Analysis: Percentages Of Carbon, Hydrogen And OxygenChapter 3.5 - Determining FormulasChapter 3.6 - Molar Interpretation Of A Chemical EquationChapter 3.7 - Amounts Of Substances In A Chemical ReactionChapter 3.8 - Limiting Reactant; Theoretical And Percentage YieldsChapter 4 - Chemical ReactionsChapter 4.1 - Ionic Theory Of Solutions And Solubility RulesChapter 4.2 - Molecular And Ionic EquationsChapter 4.3 - Precipitation ReactionsChapter 4.4 - Acid-base ReactionsChapter 4.5 - Oxidation-reduction ReactionsChapter 4.6 - Balancing Simple Oxidation-reduction EquationsChapter 4.7 - Molar ConcentrationChapter 4.8 - Diluting SolutionsChapter 4.9 - Gravimetric AnalysisChapter 4.10 - Volumetric AnalysisChapter 5 - The Gaseous StateChapter 5.1 - Gas Pressure And Its MeasurementChapter 5.2 - Empirical Gas LawsChapter 5.3 - The Ideal Gas LawChapter 5.4 - Stoichiometry Problems Involving Gas VolumesChapter 5.5 - Gas Mixtures; Law Of Partial PressuresChapter 5.6 - Kinetic Theory Of An Ideal GasChapter 5.7 - Moleculat Speeds; Diffusion And EffusionChapter 5.8 - Real GasesChapter 6 - ThermochemistyChapter 6.1 - Energy And Its UnitsChapter 6.2 - First Law Of Thermodynamics; Work And HeatChapter 6.3 - Heat Of Reaction; Enthalpy Of ReactionChapter 6.4 - Thermochemical EquaitonsChapter 6.5 - Applying Stoichiometry To Heats Of ReactionChapter 6.6 - Measuring Heats Of ReactionChapter 6.7 - Hess's LawChapter 6.8 - Standard Enthalpies Of FormationChapter 7 - Quantum Theory Of The AtomChapter 7.1 - The Wave Nature Of LightChapter 7.2 - Quantum Effects And PhotonsChapter 7.3 - The Bohr Theory Of The Hydrogen AtomChapter 7.4 - Quantum MechanicsChapter 7.5 - Quantum Numbers And Atomic OrbitalsChapter 8 - Electron Configurations And PeriodicityChapter 8.1 - Electron Spin And The Pauli Exclusion PrincipleChapter 8.2 - Building-up Principle And The Periodic TableChapter 8.3 - Writing Electron Configurations Using The Periodic TableChapter 8.4 - Orbital Diagrams Of Atoms; Hund's RuleChapter 8.6 - Some Periodic PropertiesChapter 8.7 - Periodicity In The Main-group ElementsChapter 9 - Ionic And Covalent BondingChapter 9.1 - Describing Ionic BondsChapter 9.2 - Electron Configurations Of IonsChapter 9.3 - Ionic RadiiChapter 9.5 - Polar Covalent Bonds; ElectronegativityChapter 9.6 - Writing Lewis Electron-dot FormulasChapter 9.7 - Delocalized Bonding: ResonanceChapter 9.8 - Exceptions To The Octet RuleChapter 9.9 - Formal Charge And Lewis FormulasChapter 9.10 - Bond Length And Bond OrderChapter 9.11 - Bond EnthalpyChapter 10 - Molecular Geometry And Chemical Bonding TheoryChapter 10.1 - The Valence-shell Electron-pair Repulsion (vsepr) ModelChapter 10.2 - Dipole Moment And Molecular GeometryChapter 10.3 - Valence Bond TheoryChapter 10.4 - Description Of Multiple BondingChapter 10.6 - Electron Configurations Of Diatomic Moleucles Of The Second-period ElementsChapter 11 - States Of Matter; Liquids And SolidsChapter 11.2 - Phase TransitionsChapter 11.3 - Phase DiagramsChapter 11.5 - Intermolecular Forces; Explaining Liquid PropertiesChapter 11.6 - Classification Of Solids By Type Of Attraction Of UnitsChapter 11.7 - Crystalline Solids; Crystal Lattices And Unit CellsChapter 11.8 - Structures Of Some Crystalline SolidsChapter 11.9 - Calculations Involving Unit-cell DimensionsChapter 12 - SolutionsChapter 12.1 - Types Of SolutionsChapter 12.2 - Solubility And The Solution ProcessChapter 12.3 - Effects Of Temperature And Pressure On SolubilityChapter 12.4 - Ways Of Expressing ConcentrationChapter 12.5 - Vapor Pressure Of A SolutionChapter 12.6 - Boiling-point Elevation And Freezing-point DepressionChapter 12.7 - OsmosisChapter 12.8 - Colligative Properites Of Ionic SolutoinsChapter 12.9 - ColloidsChapter 13 - Rates Of ReactionChapter 13.1 - Definition Of Reaction RateChapter 13.3 - Dependence Of Rate On ConcentrationChapter 13.4 - Change Of Concentration With TimeChapter 13.5 - Temperature And Rate; Collision And Transisiton-state TheoriesChapter 13.6 - Arrhenius EquationChapter 13.7 - Elementary ReactionsChapter 13.8 - The Rate Law And The MechanismChapter 14 - Chemical EquilibirumChapter 14.1 - Chemical Equilbrium - A Dynamic EquilibriumChapter 14.2 - The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 14.3 - Heterogenous Equilibria; Solvents In Homogenous EquilibriaChapter 14.4 - Qualitativelys Interpreting The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 14.5 - Predicting The Direction Of ReactionChapter 14.6 - Calculating Equilibrium ConcentrationsChapter 14.7 - Removing Products Or Adding ReactantsChapter 14.8 - Changing The Pressure And TemperatureChapter 15 - Acids And BasesChapter 15.2 - Bronsted-lowry Concept Of Acids And BassesChapter 15.3 - Lewis Concept Of Acids And BasesChapter 15.4 - Relative Strengths Of Acids And BasesChapter 15.5 - Moleculat Structure And Acid StrengthChapter 15.7 - Solutions Of A Strong Acid Or BaseChapter 15.8 - The Ph Of A SolutionChapter 16 - Acid-base EquilibriaChapter 16.1 - Acid-ionization EquilibriaChapter 16.2 - Polyprotic AcidsChapter 16.3 - Base-ionization Of EquilibriaChapter 16.4 - Acid-base Properties Of Salt SolutionsChapter 16.5 - Common-ion EffectChapter 16.6 - BuffersChapter 16.7 - Acid-base Titration CurvesChapter 17 - Solubility And Complex-ion EquilibriaChapter 17.1 - The Solubility Product ConstantChapter 17.2 - Solubility And The Common-ion EffectChapter 17.3 - Precipitation CalculationsChapter 17.4 - Effect Of Ph On SolubilityChapter 17.5 - Complex-ion FormationChapter 17.6 - Complex Ions And SolubilityChapter 18 - Thermodynamics And EquilibriumChapter 18.2 - Entropy And The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 18.3 - Strandard Entropies And The Third Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 18.4 - Free Energy And SpontaneityChapter 18.6 - Relating ?g° To The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 18.7 - Change Of Free Energy With TemperatureChapter 19 - ElectrochemistryChapter 19.1 - Balancing Oxidation-reduction Reactions In Acidic And Basic SolutionsChapter 19.2 - Construction Of Voltaic CellsChapter 19.3 - Notation For Voltaic CellsChapter 19.4 - Cell PotentialChapter 19.5 - Standard Cell Potentials And Standard Electrode PotentialsChapter 19.6 - Equilibrium Constants From Cell PotentialsChapter 19.7 - Dependence Of Cell Potential On ConcentrationChapter 19.8 - Some Commercial Voltaic CellsChapter 19.9 - Electrolysis Of Molten SaltsChapter 19.10 - Aquesous ElectrolysisChapter 19.11 - Stiochiometry Of ElectrolysisChapter 20 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 20.1 - RadioactivityChapter 20.2 - Nuclear Bombardment ReactionsChapter 20.3 - Radations And Matter: Detection And Biological EffectsChapter 20.4 - Rate Of Radioactive DecayChapter 20.6 - Mass-energy CalculationsChapter 21 - Chemistry Of The Main-group ElementsChapter 21.9 - Group 5a: Nitrogen And The Phosphorus FamilyChapter 21.10 - Group 6a: Oxygen And The Sulfur FamilyChapter 22 - The Transition Elements And Coordination CompoundsChapter 22.3 - Formation And Structure Of ComplexesChapter 22.4 - Naming Coordination CompoundsChapter 22.5 - Structure And Isomerism In Coordination CompoundsChapter 22.7 - Crystal Field TheoryChapter 23 - Organic ChemistryChapter 23.2 - Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 23.3 - Alkenes And AlkynesChapter 23.5 - Naming HydrocarbonsChapter 23.6 - Organic Compounds Containing OxygenChapter 24 - Polymer Materials: Synthetic And BiologicalChapter 24.1 - Synthesis Of Organic PolymersChapter 24.3 - ProteinsChapter 24.4 - Nucleic AcidsChapter A.1 - Scientific (exponential) NotationChapter A.2 - LogarithmsChapter A.3 - Algebraic Operations And Graphing

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