Columbia Review

Columbia Review

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High-Yield Preparation in General Chemistry is designed to help students grasp the big picture of introductory undergraduate chemistry. Targeted review of the primary concepts is reinforced by practice questions, complete with detailed explanations of the answers. Students can use the book as a companion to their regular text, and as a valuable review tool for graduate level admissions tests such as the MCAT and VCAT. The format is divided into three sections to correspond to the quarter/semester, and the high-yield presentation of information makes it easy for the student to read and comprehend cover to coverThe unshared electron pairs in the Lewis dot diagram are known as lone pairs, and make no contribution to the bond between the atoms. Elements at the right of the periodic table (N, 0, S, and the halogens) frequently have lone pairs.


Title:Columbia Review
Author: Stephen D. Bresnick
Publisher:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1996
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