The Fifth Edition's new coauthor Stacey Lowery Bretz, uses visualization tools—based on Chemistry Education Research and focused on the particulate nature of matter—to help students self-assess what they know before, during, and after each chapter. Bundled with Smartwork5, this resource allows instructors to use this pedagogy as a diagnostic, and students receive hints and answer-specific feedback within the system.
Table of Contents:
1. Particles of Matter: Measurement and the Tools of Science
2. Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: Matter Starts Here
3. Stoichiometry: Mass, Formulas, and Reactions
4. Reactions in Solution: On Earth and in Our Bodies
5. Thermochemistry: Energy Changes in Reactions
6. Properties of Gases: The Air We Breathe
7. A Quantum Model of Atoms: Waves, Particles, and Periodic Properties
8. Chemical Bonds: What Makes a Gas a Greenhouse Gas?
9. Molecular Geometry: Shape Determines Function
10. Intermolecular Forces: The Uniqueness of Water
11. Solutions: Properties and Behavior
12. Solids: Crystals, Alloys, and Polymers
13. Chemical Kinetics: Reactions in the Atmosphere
14. Chemical Equilibrium: How Much Product Does a Reaction Really Make?
15. Acid–Base Equilibria: Proton Transfer in Biological Systems
16. Additional Aqueous Equilibria: Chemistry and the Oceans
17. Thermodynamics: Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous Reactions and Processes
18. Electrochemistry: The Quest for Clean Energy
19. Nuclear Chemistry: Applications to Energy and Medicine
20. Organic and Biological Molecules: The Compounds of Life
21. The Main Group Elements: Life and the Periodic Table
22. Transition Metals: Biological and Medical Applications