There are two versions of this current textbook, both containing the same information but organized differently:
There are two versions of this current textbook, both containing the same information but organized differently: The alternative "Atoms-first" format saves this stuff for later, and begins with atomic theory and bonding.
Individual chapters for iPad, iPhone, Android devices and Kindle are also available: Each chapter can be downloaded as a separate pdf file; to see which one you need, move your mouse over the image and the title will appear. General Chemistry - a free textbook compiled from the work of various authors.
Please see here for details. Maryland This free book in PDF format is a revised and enlarged version of the first edition published in hard-cover format in by Prentice Hall. College-level online lectures UC-Berkeley eChem1a: Online General chemistry - These professionally-made videos, most of which feature Prof.
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Each of these contains topics ordinarily included in "general" chemistry, as well as more advanced ones that go beyond first-year college level. It is intended primarily for students in beginning chemistry courses. Virtual Chembook - this nicely-done site by Charles Ophardt of Elmhurst College covers a wide swath of general, organic, and environmental chemistry.
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Chemistry tutorial series on YouTube and other video collections - a summary of the major collections, including the Khan Academy, and those done by various teachers, mostly at the high school level.
WikiBooks on Chemistry - Many topics in general chemistry are covered here, and are worth looking at. But as in any "wiki-" type project to which anyone can contribute, the quality is variable, and the visual design is primitive.
Tanner's General Chemistry - a large collection of pages on matter including quantum theoryphysical chmistry, electrochemistry, and aqueous solutions.
Chemistry Web Resources - this site maintained by Ron Rinehart of Monterey Peninsula College contains a wealth of material oriented toward chemical education, all well organized in a visually-attractive way. Student Resources for General Chemistry - a comprehensive collection of tutorials from the Chemical Education Digital Library KnowledgeDoor - an excellent compendium of Chemistry- and Science-related data, in many ways more comprehensive than the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, and certainly more convenient to use.
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College physics for students of biology and chemistry - This hypertextbook by Ken Koehler is nicely organized and is the ideal place to go when your Chemistry textbook lets you down.
How to pass chemistry - sound advice that is widely ignored. Chemistry Packets by veteran teacher Mark Rosengarten.A premier learning community that empowers each student to thrive in an ever-changing world. Honors Chemistry Notes Unit 1 • Matter- Anything that has mass and volume and anything that has the property of inertia.
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Page 1 of 78 West Orange High School Honors Chemistry . Although these Chemistry Notes are arranged for an AP Chemistry or Honors Chemistry Course, they can be used for General College Chemistry Notes.
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