Synopses & Reviews
In addition to having to master a vast number of difficult concepts and lab procedures, high school chemistry students must also learn, with little or no coaching from their teachers, how to solve tough word problems. Picking up where standard chemistry texts leave off, How to Solve Word Problems in Chemistry takes the fear and frustration out of chemistry word problems by providing students with easy-to-follow procedures for solving problems in everything from radioactive half-life to oxidation-reduction reactions.
About the Author
Ronald J. Zanni (Bayside, NY) is District Coordinator of Science and Technology for the Manhasset, NY secondary school system. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the C. W. Post campus of Long Island University in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.