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About the Author
Jerome Rosenberg, Ph.D.
(Pittsburgh, PA) is Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. He is also the author of Schaum's Outline of Beginning Chemistry
Lawrence Epstein, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh, PA) is a retired professor of general chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh. He also coauthored Schaum's Outline of Beginning Chemistry.
Peter Krieger, Ed.D (West Palm Beach, FL) is a professor of natural sciences at Palm Beach Community College where he also serves as the chairperson of the chemistry/physics department. He is the author of several instructor's manuals in chemistry as well as Understanding General Chemistry (Simon and Schuster) published in 1997.
Table of Contents
1. Quantities and Units
2. Atomic and Molecular Mass; Molar Mass
3. Formulas and Composition Calculations
4. Calculations from Chemical Equations
5. Measurement of Gases
6. The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory
8. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Law
9. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
10. Solids and Liquids
12. Concentration of Solutions
13. Reactions Involving Standard Solutions
14. Properties of Solutions
15. Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
16. Thermodynamics and Chemical Equilibrium
17. Acids and Bases
18. Complex Ions; Precipitates
20. Rates of Reactions
21. Nuclear Processes