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The Facts on File Dictionary of Chemistry (Facts on File)by John Daintith
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All the basics of chemistry are covered: the elements
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The dictionary contains 2300 headwords that explain the techniques, materials, applications, and specialized uses of everyday chemical terms. The third edition has added 250 new terms.
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How are miles converted into kilometers? When did Joseph Priestley discover oxygen? What is an isomer? What are the longest rivers and the largest lakes?
Now readers have fast, easy access to information that will satisfy the curiosities of even the most avid science buffs. Each Facts On File Science Dictionary defines all the terms that most people will ever need to know in language that's clear and concise.
Numerous line drawings illustrate complex concepts, and extensive cross-references make searching for the right definition quick and easy.
Written by prominent researchers, educators, and science writers, each dictionary is an ideal resource for students and general readers alike.
All of the basics of chemistry are covered: the elements, groups of compounds, formulas, equations, and chemical processes. More than 3,000 entries reflect modern chemical nomenclature and the most up-to-date information on the properties of elements.
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