This edition had a portrait of Louis Pasteur in tribute to a man whose life and work are in clear accord with the ideals of chemistry.
The problem of measurement. The states of matter I-Gases; II Liquids-Solids-Solutions. Atoms-molecules-chemical changes. Oxygen and combustion-hydrogen and reduction. The velocity of chemical reactions. The inert gas group. The periodoc classification of the elements. The structure of atoms and molecules. The theory of ionization I and II. The halogen family. Sulfur and sulfur compounds. The atmosphere; nitrogen and the firfth main group of elements. Electrochemistry. The colloidal condition. The metallic condition. Outline of the metallic elements. Carbon and the oxides of carbon. Introduction to organic chemistry I and II. The ceramic industries.
First Edition, Third Printing July 1946. Clean copy. Rear corners show more wear than front corners. Spine shows wear. Edge wear light some rubbing. Binding normal wear. Corners are bumped / rounded. Pages tanning clean and crisp. Textbook lightly used, might have highlighting or other signs of use. DJ Missing or not issued. WN-10169
Title Essentials of college chemistry
Authors Norman Kharasch, Helen S. Mackenzie
Publisher D. Van Nostrand Co., 1946
Length 525 pages
Essentials of college chemistry by Norman Kharasch
Gases, Liquids, Solids, Solutions, Atoms, molecules,chemical changes, Oxygen, combustion,hydrogen, reduction, velocity, chemical reactions, inert gas, periodoc classification, elements, structure of atoms, structure of molecules, theory of ionization, halogen family, Sulfur, sulfur compounds,The atmosphere, nitrogen, the firfth, Electrochemistry, colloidal condition, metallic condition, Outline of the metallic elements, Carbon, oxides of carbon, Introduction to organic chemistry, ceramic industries, ceramic