Chemistry in Context
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Chemistry in Context, 4/e

Conrad L. Stanitski, University of Central Arkansas
Lucy Pryde Eubanks, Clemson University
Catherine H. Middlecamp, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Norbert J. Pienta, University of Iowa
Wilmer Stratton, Earlham College

ISBN: 0072410159
Copyright year: 2003

Check out the NSF Chautauqua for Chemistry in Context May 17-19, 2005

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The fourth edition of Chemistry in Context maintains the outlook and strengths of its preceding editions while bringing new and exciting dimensions to the textbook. The basic philosophy and approach remain constant: chemistry set within a contextual framework. Significant societal-technological issues serve to introduce the chemistry, which is developed within its political, economic, social, global, and personal contexts. Chemical principles are introduced on a need-to-know basis. In-chapter and chapter-end exercises apply and extend the chemical concepts.

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