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  • Easy Chemistry Step-by-Stepby Marian DeWane

    McGraw-Hill Education 2014; US$ 14.00

    Marian DeWane has taught chemistry in secondary and post-secondary schools since 1976. She has been involved in all levels of teaching chemistry, including curriculum development; exam writing; exam grading, including being a Question Leader for the AP exam; and presenting workshops for teachers. more...

  • Practice Makes Perfect Chemistryby Marian DeWane; Heather Hattori

    McGraw-Hill Education 2011; US$ 13.00

    Introduction1. Matter: Classification, Properties, and Changes2. Measurement, Mathematical Notation, and Conversions3. Atomic Structure and Nuclear Reactions4. Periodicity and Periodic Trends5. Naming Compounds and Writing Formulae6. Chemical Reactions7. Mass and Mole Relationships8. Gas Laws9. Solutions10. Acids and Bases11. ThermochemistryAnswer... more...

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