普通化學

Chemistry: A Molecular Approach 4/e

+作者:

Tro

+年份:
2017 年4 版
+ISBN:
9781292152387
+書號:
CE0252PC
+規格:
平裝/彩色
+頁數:
1312
+出版商:
Pearson(Asia)
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●NEW! Solids and Modern Materials Chapter covers current topics in this specialized field of chemistry. An advisory board of Material Chemists consulted with Tro to provide professional insight into chapter discussions.
Tro discusses topics that make chemistry relevant to students’ lives, such as its relation to food and the environment.
Opening sections of each chapter relate the key topic to a relevant theme of real-world importance.
 
NEW! 21st century skills reinforced and developed through end-of-chapter problems.
Data Interpretation and Analysis Problems help students build skills in analyzing and interpreting data. Today’s students can access huge amounts of data all the time, but can they understand, interpret, and draw meaningful conclusions from it? A new category of questions called Data Interpretation and Analysis questions use real data from real life situations to ask students to analyze that data, providing practice in reading graphs, digesting tables, and making data-driven decisions. These are also assignable in MasteringChemistry.
Questions for Group Work encourage development of the ability to work well in groups. These questions give students the opportunity to work with their peers in small groups in or out of the classroom. The goal is to foster collaborative learning and to give students the opportunity to work together as a team to solve problems.
 
Encourage students to apply problems in relevant contexts through critical thinking rather than just memorize formulas.
NEWTwice as many MasteringChemistry end-of-chapter questions with wrong answer specific feedback appear in each chapter of this edition compared to the previous, giving students more opportunities to exercise critical thinking and make learning gains while practicing problem solving.
Tro’s four-step approach to problem solving encourages students to think through the solution logically.
Two- and three-column example formats help students break down the steps of each problem. The left column is what a professor would say when solving a problem. The right column is what a professor would write when solving a problem.
Conceptual Connection problems encourage students to develop conceptual understanding instead of memorizing mathematical operations.
 
Images reinforce and enliven core concepts.
NEW! Chapter design has been modified to create a more visually appealing experience for the student.
Microscopic, molecular, and symbolic diagrams help students visualize complex information.
Multipart images help relate core concepts to the real world.
Hierarchical images walk students conceptually through certain topics.

Pedagogical features make learning engaging and fun.
NEW! The Before, During, and After features allow instructors to easily customize the material to match their teaching styles.

●Tro’s captivating writing style captures student attention and teaches students core concepts through accessible language.
UPDATED! Tools for active learning have been enhanced throughout the book, allowing students to dive into the material in an engaging and effective way.
Discussion of topics such as derivation of ideal gas laws from non-molecular energy, molecular orbital theory, and simplifying assumptions in equilibrium calculations ease students into major chemistry concepts.

Nivaldo J. Tro - Westmont College

1. Matter, Measurement, and Problem Solving
2. Atoms and Elements
3. Molecules, Compounds, and Chemical Equations
4. Chemical Quantities and Aqueous Reactions
5. Gases
6. Thermochemistry
7. The Quantum-Mechanical Model of the Atom
8. Periodic Properties of the Elements
9. Chemical Bonding I: Lewis Theory
10.  Chemical Bonding II: Molecular Shapes, Valence Bond Theory, and Molecular Orbital Theory
11.  Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces
12.  Solids and Modern Material
13.  Solutions
14.  Chemical Kinetics
15.  Chemical Equilibrium
16.  Acids and Bases
17.  Aqueous Ionic Equilibrium
18.  Free Energy and Thermodynamics
19.  Electrochemistry
20.  Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry
21.  Organic Chemistry
22.  Biochemistry
23.  Chemistry of the Nonmetals
24.  Metals and Metallurgy
25.  Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds