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Heinemann Chemistry 1 Student Book, 5th Edition

Chris Commons and Nicole Lukins


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ISBN / EAN: 9781488611247
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PUBLISHED: 29th February 2016
ISBN: 9781488611247
Heinemann Chemistry 1 Student Book, 5th Edition
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ISBN / EAN: 9781488611247
This textbook is prescribed for the following courses:
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  • Paperback
    $84.43
PUBLISHED: 29th February 2016
ISBN: 9781488611247

Publisher Description

We've completely revised Heinemann Chemistry to be fully aligned with the 2016-2021 VCE Science Study Design. The content provides an exact match to the new study designs and the layout and design incorporates many features that assist student learning. The authors have updated the student books with the very latest developments and applications of chemistry, presented in an Australian context.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1: How can the diversity of materials be explained? The atomic nature of matter Electron arrangements and the periodic table Metals Ionic bonding Quantifying atoms and molecules Materials made of molecules Intermolecular forces Carbon 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 solutions Acid-base reactions in water Redox reactions in water Water sample analysis Analysis for salts in water Analysis for organic compounds in water Volumetric analysis * Practical investigation Download the detailed table of contents (2.1 Mb)

Product Details

Publisher
Pearson Education Australia
Year
2016
Edition
5th
ISBN-10
1488611246
ISBN-13
9781488611247
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2016-02-29
Country of Publication
Australia
Author
Chris Commons, Nicole Lukins
Textbook
No