Chemistry II for dummies / by John T. Moore.

By: Moore, John T, 1947-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: --For dummiesCopyright date: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2012Edition: First EditionDescription: xviii, 362 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9781118164907 (pbk.); 1118164903 (pbk.)Other title: Chemistry 2 for dummiesSubject(s): Chemistry | QuímicaDDC classification: 540 LOC classification: QD37 | .M59 2012Online resources: Cheatsheets:
Partial contents:
Part I: A basic review of chemistry I. -- I passed chem I, but what about chem II? -- Math for the (chemistry) masses -- Atomic structure, the periodic table, and bonding -- Digging up the mole concept and stoichiometry -- Grasping solutions and intermolecular forces -- Not full of hot air : gases and gas laws -- Part II: Diving into kinetics and equilibrium. -- The lowdown on kinetics : tortoise or the hare? -- All present in the same state : homogeneous equilibrium -- Neutralizing effects : acid-base equilibrium -- Taking on solubility and complex ion equilibrium -- Part III: A plethora of chemistry II concepts. Getting hot with thermodynamics -- Causing electrons to flow : electrochemistry -- Going the carbon route : organic chemistry -- Pondering polymers -- Bringing biology into the lab : biochemistry -- Part IV: Describing descriptive chemistry. -- Examining the ins and outs of petroleum -- Feeling the power of nuclear chemistry ; Chemistry in the home -- Part V: The part of tens. -- Ten terrific tips for passing chem II -- Ten must-know formulas for chem II -- Ten great chemistry careers.
Abstract: Packed with approachable information and plenty of practice opportunities, this guide gives you everything you need to make the grade in chemistry II--
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Includes index.

Part I: A basic review of chemistry I. -- I passed chem I, but what about chem II? -- Math for the (chemistry) masses -- Atomic structure, the periodic table, and bonding -- Digging up the mole concept and stoichiometry -- Grasping solutions and intermolecular forces -- Not full of hot air : gases and gas laws -- Part II: Diving into kinetics and equilibrium. -- The lowdown on kinetics : tortoise or the hare? -- All present in the same state : homogeneous equilibrium -- Neutralizing effects : acid-base equilibrium -- Taking on solubility and complex ion equilibrium -- Part III: A plethora of chemistry II concepts. Getting hot with thermodynamics -- Causing electrons to flow : electrochemistry -- Going the carbon route : organic chemistry -- Pondering polymers -- Bringing biology into the lab : biochemistry -- Part IV: Describing descriptive chemistry. -- Examining the ins and outs of petroleum -- Feeling the power of nuclear chemistry ; Chemistry in the home -- Part V: The part of tens. -- Ten terrific tips for passing chem II -- Ten must-know formulas for chem II -- Ten great chemistry careers.

Packed with approachable information and plenty of practice opportunities, this guide gives you everything you need to make the grade in chemistry II--

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