Chemistry in context : applying chemistry to society
- Middlecamp, Catherine, author.
- Eighth edition.
- New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
- Physical description
- xvi, 523 pages, 53 variously numbered pages ; 28 cm
QD415 .C482 2015
QD415 .C482 2015
- Unavailable QD415 .C482 2015
- American Chemical Society, issuing body.
- 0 Chemistry for a Sustainable Future 1 The Air We Breathe 2 Protecting the Ozone Layer 3 The Chemistry of Global Climate Change 4 Energy from Combustion 5 Water for Life 6 Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain 7 The Fires of Nuclear Fission 8 Energy from Electron Transfer 9 The World of Polymers and Plastics 10 Manipulating Molecules and Designing Drugs 11 Nutrition: Food for Thought 12 Genetic Engineering and the Molecules of Life Appendixes Appendix 1: Measure for Measure - Conversion Factors and Constants Appendix 2: The Power of Exponents Appendix 3: Clearing the Logjam Appendix 4: Answers to Your Turn Questions Not Answered in the Text Appendix 5: Answers to Selected End-of-Chapter Questions.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Following in the tradition of the first seven editions, the goal of this successful, issues-based textbook, Chemistry in Context, is to establish chemical principles on a need-to-know basis for non-science majors, enabling them to learn chemistry in the context of their own lives and significant issues facing science and the world. The non-traditional approach of Chemistry in Context reflects today's technological issues and the chemistry principles within them. Global warming, alternate fuels, nutrition, and genetic engineering are examples of issues that are covered in Chemistry in Context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Catherine H. Middlecamp [and 6 others].
- "American Chemical Society."
- Includes index.