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Chemical Principles: The Quest for Insight 4th edition

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Peter Atkins and Loretta Jones
Publisher: W. H. Freeman

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Table of Contents

  • Chapter 0: Fundamentals
    • 0: Fundamentals Questions (131)

  • Chapter 1: Atoms: The Quantum World
    • 1: Observing Atoms (2)
    • 1: Quantum Theory (9)
    • 1: Atomic Spectra (3)
    • 1: Models of Atoms (8)
    • 1: The Structures of Many-Electron Atoms (5)
    • 1: The Periodicity of Atomic Properties (3)
    • 1: The Impact on Materials (2)
    • 1: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 2: Chemical Bonds
    • 2: Ionic Bonds (1)
    • 2: Electron Configurations of Ions (12)
    • 2: Covalent Bonds (9)
    • 2: Exceptions to the Octet Rule (6)
    • 2: Ionic versus Covalent Bonds (4)
    • 2:: The Strengths and Lengths of Covalent Bonds (1)
    • 2: Integrated Exercises (7)

  • Chapter 3: Molecular Shape and Structure
    • 3: The Shapes of Molecules and Ions (5)
    • 3: Valence-Bond Theory (4)
    • 3: Molecular Orbital Theory (2)
    • 3: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 4: The Properties of Gases
    • 4: The Nature of Gases (5)
    • 4: The Gas Laws (16)
    • 4: Gas Density (7)
    • 4: The Stoichiometry of Reacting Gases (5)
    • 4: Mixtures of Gases (4)
    • 4: Molecular Motion (6)
    • 4: Real Gases (1)
    • 4: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 5: Liquids and Solids
    • 5: Intermolecular Forces (3)
    • 5: Liquid Structure (2)
    • 5: Classification of Solids (1)
    • 5: Solid metallic Structures (2)
    • 5: Nonmetallic Solids (2)
    • 5: The Impact on Materials (1)
    • 5: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 6: Thermodynamics: The First Law
    • 6: Systems (14)
    • 6: Enthalpy (6)
    • 6: Reaction Enthalpies (10)
    • 6: Hess's Law (4)
    • 6: Standard Enthalpies of Formation (4)
    • 6: The Born-Haber Cycle (2)
    • 6: Bond Enthalpies (2)
    • 6: The Variation of Reaction Enthalpy with Temperature (1)
    • 6: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 7: Thermodynamics: The Second and Third Laws
    • 7: Entropy (12)
    • 7: Global Changes in Entropy (4)
    • 7: Gibbs Free Energy (7)
    • 7: Impact on Biology (1)
    • 7: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 8: Physical Equilibrium
    • 8: Phases and Phase Transitions (4)
    • 8: Solubility (5)
    • 8: Colligative Properties (16)
    • 8: Binary Liquid Mixtures (2)
    • 8: Impact on Biology and Materials (1)
    • 8: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 9: Chemical Equilibrium
    • 9: Chemical Equilibrium Exercises (26)
    • 9: The Response of Equilibria to Changes in Conditions (4)
    • 9: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 10: Acids and Bases
    • 10: Proton Transfer Reactions (4)
    • 10: Lewis Acids and Bases (1)
    • 10: Strong Acids and Bases (9)
    • 10: Weak Acids and Bases (3)
    • 10: The pH of Solutions of Weak Acids and Bases (14)
    • 10: Polyprotic Acids and Bases (13)
    • 10: Autoprotolysis and pH (4)

  • Chapter 11: Aqueous Equilibria
    • 11: Mixed Solutions and Buffers (9)
    • 11: Titrations (7)
    • 11: Polyprotic Acid Titrations (4)
    • 11: Solubility Equilibria (9)
    • 11: Integrated Exercises (2)

  • Chapter 12: Electrochemistry
    • 12: Redox Equations (2)
    • 12: Galvanic Cells (11)
    • 12: Electrolysis (8)
    • 12: Impact on Materials (2)
    • 12: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics
    • 13: Reaction Rates (1)
    • 13: Rate Laws and Reaction Order (5)
    • 13: Integrated Rate Laws (11)
    • 13: Reaction Mechanisms (1)
    • 13: Rates and Equilibrium (1)
    • 13: The Effect of Temperature (3)
    • 13: Catalysis (4)
    • 13: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 14: The Elements: First Four Main Groups
    • 14: Periodic Trends (5)
    • 14: Bonding Trends (3)
    • 14: Hydrogen (3)
    • 14: Group 1: The Alkali Metals (3)
    • 14: Group 2: The Alkaline Earth Metals (4)
    • 14: Group 13/III: The Boron Family (4)
    • 14: Group 14/IV: The Carbon Family (3)
    • 14: Glasses and Ceramics
    • 14: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 15: The Elements: The Last Four Main Groups
    • 15: Group 15/V (4)
    • 15: Group 16/VI (5)
    • 15: Group 17/VII (6)
    • 15: Group 18/VIII
    • 15: Impact on Materials (1)
    • 15: Integrated Exercises (3)

  • Chapter 16: The Elements: The d Block
    • 16: Trends in Properties (6)
    • 16: Selected Elements: A Survey (1)
    • 16: Coordination Compounds (8)
    • 16:: The Electronic Structures of Complexes (8)
    • 16: The Impact on Materials (2)
    • 16: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 17: Nuclear Chemistry
    • 17:Radioactive Decay (4)
    • 17: The Pattern of Nuclear Stability (1)
    • 17: Nucleosynthesis (3)
    • 17: Nuclear Radiation (7)
    • 17: The Rate of Nuclear Decay (10)
    • 17: Uses of Radioisotopes (2)
    • 17: Nuclear Energy (5)
    • 17: Integrated Exercises

  • Chapter 18: Organic Chemistry I: The Hydrocarbons
    • 18: Types of Hydrocarbons (3)
    • 18: Nomenclature of Hydrocarbons (9)
    • 18: Isomers (6)
    • 18: Alkane (1)
    • 18: Alkenes (3)
    • 18: Aromatic Compounds (8)
    • 18: Integrated Exercises (2)

  • Chapter 19: Organic Chemistry II: Polymers and Biological Compounds
    • 19: Identifying Functional Groups and Naming Their Compounds (14)
    • 19: Reactivity Patterns and Functional Groups (5)
    • 19: Polymers (1)
    • 19: Biological Compounds (3)
    • 19: Integrated Exercises (1)

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Chapter 0: Fundamentals
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Chapter 1: Atoms: The Quantum World
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Chapter 2: Chemical Bonds
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Chapter 3: Molecular Shape and Structure
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Chapter 4: The Properties of Gases
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Chapter 5: Liquids and Solids
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Chapter 6: Thermodynamics: The First Law
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Chapter 7: Thermodynamics: The Second and Third Laws
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Chapter 8: Physical Equilibrium
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Chapter 9: Chemical Equilibrium
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Chapter 10: Acids and Bases
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Chapter 11: Aqueous Equilibria
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Chapter 12: Electrochemistry
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Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics
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Chapter 14: The Elements: First Four Main Groups
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Chapter 15: The Elements: The Last Four Main Groups
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Chapter 16: The Elements: The d Block
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Chapter 17: Nuclear Chemistry
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Chapter 18: Organic Chemistry I: The Hydrocarbons
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Chapter 19: Organic Chemistry II: Polymers and Biological Compounds
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