A solved-problem Outline for students with no high school chemistry background or a poor course in high school chemistry. All topics are presented at an elementary level to commensurate with the introductory course; simpler math is assumed a developed, a less intense approach to the basic concepts of chemistry, a a simpler manner of presentation. There are hundreds of solved a supplementary problems.The number of significant digits in the answer is 4, equal to the number in the 1.465-m measurement. ... It is also useful to discuss density here for practice with the factor-label method of solving problems, and as such, it is often emphasized on early quizzes and examinations. Density is a ... word per.) Distinguish carefully between density and mass, which are often confused in everyday conversation.
|Title||:||Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Chemistry Foundations|
|Author||:||David E. Goldberg|
|Publisher||:||Schaum's Outline Series - 1991-01|