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Heinemann Chemistry 1 eBook, 5th Edition

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Heinemann Chemistry 1 eBook, 5th Edition

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Author
Chris Commons
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Edition
5th
ISBN
9781488663758
Published Date
09/11/2018
We’ve completely revised Heinemann Chemistry to be fully aligned with the 2016–2021 VCE Science Study Design. The content provides an exact match to the new study designs and the layout and design incorporates many features that assist student learning. The authors have updated the student books with the very latest developments and applications of chemistry, presented in an Australian context.

 

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Key features of the eBook 
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
  • Synchronise state and data across multiple devices even when the user is offline
Supplement URL
Visit the Heinemann Chemistry website to download samples and request inspection copies.
Table of contents

    UNIT 1: How can the diversity of materials be explained?

  1. The atomic nature of matter
  2. Electron arrangements and the periodic table
  3. Metals
  4. Ionic bonding
  5. Quantifying atoms and molecules
  6. Materials made of molecules
  7. Intermolecular forces
  8. Carbon lattices and carbon nanomaterials
  9. Organic compounds
  10. Polymers
  11. Research investigation

    UNIT 2: What makes water such a unique chemical?

  12. Properties of water
  13. Water, the universal solvent
  14. Aqueous solutions
  15. Acid-base reactions in water
  16. Redox reactions in water
  17. Water sample analysis
  18. Analysis for salts in water
  19. Analysis for organic compounds in water
  20. Volumetric analysis
  21. Practical investigation

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