Heinemann Chemistry 1 (Units 1 &2) Student Book
Author(s): Nicole Et Al Lukins
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UNIT 1: How can the diversity of materials be explained? The atomic nature of matterElectron arrangements and the periodic tableMetals Ionic bondingQuantifying atoms and molecules Materials made of molecules Intermolecular forcesCarbon lattices and carbon nanomaterials Organic compounds Polymers Research investigation UNIT 2: What makes water such a unique chemical? Properties of water Water, the universal solvent Aqueous solutionsAcid-base reactions in water Redox reactions in waterWater sample analysis Analysis for salts in water Analysis for organic compounds in water Volumetric analysisPractical investigation Download the detailed table of contents (2.1 Mb)
- : 9781488611247
- : Pearson Education Australia
- : Heinemann
- : February 2016
- : books
- : Nicole Et Al Lukins
- : Mixed media product
- : 540