Chemistry: A Molecular Approach is a book that delivers the depth of coverage faculty want. It is is first and foremost a student-oriented book. It’s main goal is to motivate students and get them to achieve at the highest possible level.
About the book:
Many new figures have been added and have updated the coverage of many exciting new experimental technique —Unlike other books, which often teach chemistry as something that happens only in the laborator or in industry, this book teaches chemistry in the context of relevance. It shows students why chemistry is important to them, to their future careers, and to their world.
Chemistry: A Molecular Approach is a pedagogically driven book. In seeking to develop problem-solving skills, a consistent approach (Sort, Strategize, Solve, and Check) is applied, usually in a two- or three-column format. In the two-column format, the left column shows the student how to analyze the problem and devise a solution strategy. It also lists the steps of the solution, explaining the rationale for each one, while the right column shows the implementation of each step. In the three-column format, the left column outlines the general procedure for solving an important category of problems that is then applied to two side-by-side examples. This strategy allows students to see both the general pattern and the slightly different ways in which the procedure may be applied in differing contexts.
Chemistry: A Molecular Approach is a visual book. Wherever possible, it uses images to deepen the student’s insight into chemistry. In developing chemical principles, multipart images help show the connection between everyday processes visible to the unaided eye and what atoms and molecules are actually doing.
Release: January 17, 2016.
Pages: 1315 (in PDF)
Size: 140 MB
Authors: Nivaldo J. Tro
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