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Introductory Chemistry by Edward W. Pitzer

Small book cover: Introductory Chemistry

Introductory Chemistry
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306620
Number of pages: 266

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A brief, but succinct introduction to the fundamentals of chemistry. The textbook is designed to introduce chemistry to students who will take only one chemistry course in their academic career. To this point certain chemistry topics are covered in a generalized manner. Special emphasis is given to certain areas to assure the student receives exposure that would not normally occur in a general chemistry course.

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