By Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
This 7th version of Zumdahl/DeCoste's best-selling INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY: A beginning extends its specialize in conceptual studying and challenge fixing to supply readers with the instruments they should develop into severe thinkers and challenge solvers.
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Surely some of these things and many others in the world around you have intrigued you. The fact is that we can explain all of these things in convincing ways using the models of chemistry and the related physical and life sciences. Fireworks are a beautiful illustration of chemistry in action. 1 Chemistry: An Introduction OBJECTIVE: To understand the importance of learning chemistry. Although chemistry might seem to have little to do with dinosaurs, knowledge of chemistry was the tool that enabled paleontologist Luis W.
This requirement put cotton at a serious disadvantage and endangered an industry very important to the economic health of the South. During the 1960s Ruth Benerito worked as a scientist for the Department of Agriculture, where she was instrumental in developing the chemical treatment of cotton to make it wrinkle resistant. In so doing she enabled cotton to remain a preeminent fiber in the market—a place it continues to hold today. She was honored with the Lemelson–MIT Lifetime Achievement Award for Inventions in 2002 when she was 86 years old.
The metric system has long been preferred for most scientific work. In 1960 an international agreement set up a comprehensive system of units called the International System (le Système Internationale in French), or SI. The SI units are based on the metric system and units derived from the metric system. 1. Later in this chapter we will discuss how to manipulate some of these units. Because the fundamental units are not always a convenient size, the SI system uses prefixes to change the size of the unit.
Basic Chemistry by Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste