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General Chemistry: Principles, Patterns, and Applications

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General Chemistry: Principles, Patterns, and Applications
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Publisher: Saylor Foundation
ISBN-13: 9781453322307
Number of pages: 2365

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The authors emphasize the positive aspects of chemistry and its relationship to students' lives, which requires bringing in applications early and often. In addition, the authors feel that many first year chemistry students have an enthusiasm for biologically and medically relevant topics, so they use an integrated approach in their text that includes explicit discussions of biological and environmental applications of chemistry.

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