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Chemistry, 2nd Edition The Great Courses
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Chemistry, 2nd Edition
Frank Cardulla, M.S.
Niles North High School
Many students struggle in high school chemistry. Even if they succeed in earning a good grade, they often still feel confused and unconfident. Why is this? And what can be done to help every student succeed in this vitally important course? Success in chemistry, according to veteran science teacher Professor Frank Cardulla, doesn't require any special intellectual gifts or talents or advanced mathematical skill. All it requires is a genuine understanding of the ideas that students encounter in the high school chemistry classroom. If students truly understand what they are learning, they will do more than just succeed in high school chemistry; they will find lasting success as they continue to study chemistry in college and beyond.
A Comprehensive Chemistry Course
The course opens with several lectures that outline the instructor's teaching philosophy and demonstrate how students can use logical thinking to help them solve chemistry problems. In subsequent lectures, Professor Cardulla applies these problem-solving skills to key topics in introductory chemistry:
• The periodic table
• Balancing chemical equations
• Elements, atoms, ions, and isotopes
• Density
• Equilibrium
• Le Chatelier's Principle
• Stoichiometry
• Titration
• Molarity
• Acids and bases
To bring these topics to life, Professor Cardulla makes use of visual aids, including illustrations, graphs, demonstrations, and diagrams that support learning and help students gain a deeper understanding of key concepts.
The result is an effective, carefully crafted course that gives students the tools they need to master the basics of high school chemistry.Chemistry, 2nd Edition can be used as a stand-alone introduction to chemistry or in conjunction with a high school chemistry course.
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