The book provides step-by-step explanations of how to solve many kinds of word problems typically encountered in high school chemistry courses. "How to Solve Word Problems in Chemistry" offers detailed, easy-to-follow instruction in procedures for solving word problems, with an emphasis on the mechanics and grammar of problem-solving. The book can be used independently or in conjunction with any of the standard chemistry texts on either the high school, community college, or freshman university level. A high school chemistry course contains a vast amount of material to be covered by the classroom teacher, including many difficult concepts, laboratory experiments, and the solving of word problems. The classroom teacher does not have the time to go through all of the basic steps in solving word problems, with enough repetition for the average student.Often, after seeing just a few solved examples in class, the student is sent home with homework problems that cause them to have great anxiety and frustration. The reason for the angst is that some of the homework problems that cause them to have great anxiety and frustration.The reason for the angst is that some of the homework problems they encounter are variations, and not like the example problems solved in class. This book addresses all the variations of word problems that students are likely to encounter in their chemistry course.
Chapter 1Laws of Chemical Combination. Chapter 4: Formula Calculations. Chapter 5: Stoichiometry. Chapter 6: Concentration Calculations. Chapter 7: Gas Laws. Chapter 8: Thermochemistry. Chapter 9: Electrochemistry. Chapter 10: Equilibrium. Chapter 11: Colligative Properties. Chapter 12: Thermodynamics. Chapter 13: Miscellaneous Problems. List of Important Equations.NER(01): WOW