Chemistry 13 9780073402734


Grade Levels: 13
By Julia Burdge
Copyright: 2014
Publication Date: January 10, 2013
MHID: 0073402737
ISBN 13: 9780073402734

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Integrative Problem–Applying What You've Learned–incorporates all problem–solving strategies in the chapter and incorporates them into one problem. The student will learn to pull multiple steps together into a cohesive unit.

Key Skills, located between chapters, are modules providing a review of specific problem-solving techniques from the preceding chapter. The techniques are known to be vital to success in later chapters. Answers for the Key Skills are found the in Answers Appendix at the back of the book.

Practice Problem C (Conceptualize) is added to every Sample Problem. The student can now do a practice very similar to the Sample Problem solution, a practice that is more challenging but heavily based on the Sample Problem solutions and now a conceptual problem requiring understanding of the solution.

Update Table of Contents reflecting changes discussed in reviews and focus groups. Organic chemistry has been moved to Chapters 25 moving Gases and Intermolecular Forces to Chapters 10 and Chapter 11 respectively. The chapter on Modern Materials is now Chapter 12.

LearnSmart is an adaptive diagnostic learning system, powered by Connect Chemistry and based on artificial intelligence, constantly assesses your knowledge of the course material. As you work within the system, LearnSmart develops a personal learning path adapted to what you have actively learned and retained. This innovative study tool also has features to allow the instructor to see exactly what the student has accomplished, with a built-in assessment tool for graded assignments.

Consistent use of H3O+ to represent the hydronium ion. In graphics where space constraints require use of H+, students are alerted to it and are reminded that the two different representations refer to the same aqueous species.

Key Features

Consistent problem-solving skill development. Fostering a consistent approach to problem-solving provides the skill set for a student to master the basic of critical thinking. Each Sample Problem is followed by three practice problems. The practice problem allows the student to solve a problem using the steps in the Sample Problem. The second practice problem provides the student to solve the same basic problems from a different point of view. The third requires conceptual understanding of the solution process.

Engaging real-life examples and applications. Each chapter is introduced and closed (bookends) by an interesting story of something familiar such as lasers and chemotherapy. Bringing Chemistry to Life is an integrated segment in the text which brings out such topics as Heat Capacity and Hypothermia or Radioactive Bone. FAQ Boxes are answers to interesting "how to" questions to help the students succeed in studying and learning. Why Are There Two Different Sets of Numbers at the Top of the Periodic Table?

Outstanding pedagogy for student learning. The CheckPoints, Rewind and Fast Forward Buttons are meant to enhance student understanding and comprehension by reinforcing current concepts and interconnecting new concepts to others throughout the text. Students are using and asking for more Checkpoints as a study tool. The author has added numerous new Checkpoint multiple-choice questions, many with visuals, testing the student's understanding of a concept.

Pre-Professional Exam Question at the end of every chapters' problems provides a question with 2-4 multiple choice answers at a higher level thinking skill base for student practice. The main question is based upon content presented in the chapter.

Integrated media applications: animations, Media Player files, and Connect. Animations have been built from the Visualizing Chemistry two-page art spreads stepping out a process for the student to visualize and learn. The animations are narrated by the author, Julia Burdge and designated in the text by an animation icon. Other areas in the chapter where content is available for the student to download on their Media Player is also marked with an icon. More animations are also included.

Content in Chapter 12 is on Modern Materials including polymer, ceramics and composite, liquid crystals, biomedical materials, nanotechnology, semiconductors, and superconductors.

McGraw-Hill's Connect- for Chemistry by Julia Burdge is a complete electronic homework and course management system. Instructors can create and share course materials and assignments with colleagues with a few clicks of the mouse. All PowerPoint lectures, assignments, quizzes, and animations are directly tied to text-specific materials. Instructors can also edit questions and algorithms, import their own content, and create announcements and due dates for assignments. Connect has automatic grading and reporting of easy-to-assign algorithmically generated homework, quizzing, and testing. All student activity within McGraw-Hill's Connect is automatically recorded and available to the instructor through a fully integrated grade book that can be downloaded to Excel. Go to to learn more.

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Exciting visual program of both unique and conventional figures. Enhance student understanding of chemical concepts by Visualizing Chemistry process pieces, macro-micro art, and three-dimensional art. The art breaks down the chemical processes from complex into simpler, more user-friendly concepts.


Chapter 1 Chemistry: The Central Science

Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

Chapter 3 Stoichiometry: Ratios of Combination

Chapter 4 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions

Chapter 5 Thermochemistry

Chapter 6 Quantum Theory and the Electronic Structure of Atoms

Chapter 7 Electronic Configuration and the Periodic Table

Chapter 8 Chemical Bonding I: Basic Concepts

Chapter 9 Chemical Bonding II: Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories

Chapter 10 Gases

Chapter 11 Intermolecular Forces and the Physical Properties of Liquids and Solids

Chapter 12 Modern Materials

Chapter 13 Physical Properties of Solutions

Chapter 14 Chemical Kinetics

Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium

Chapter 16 Acids and Bases

Chapter 17 Acid-Base Equilibria and Solubility Equilibria

Chapter 18 Entropy, Free Energy, and Equilibrium

Chapter 19 Electrochemistry

Chapter 20 Nuclear Chemistry

Chapter 21 Environmental Chemistry

Chapter 22 Coordination Chemistry

Chapter 23 Metallurgy and the Chemistry of Metals

Chapter 24 Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds

Chapter 25 Organic Chemistry

About the Author

Julia Burdge

Dr. Julia Burdge did most of her undergraduate work at Iowa State University, completing her bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in inorganic chemistry at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She earned her Ph.D. in analytical chemistry at the University of Idaho. Her Master’s and doctoral research involved the development of chemotherapeutic analogs of cisplatin and the development of instruments and methods for measuring ultra-trace concentrations of atmospheric sulfur compounds. Over the past 20 years, she has taught introductory and advanced courses in every division of the undergraduate chemistry curriculum, as well as interdisciplinary courses. She also developed and taught a new introductory chemistry course for pre-service science teachers, and initiated and served as a mentor in a future faculty development program for graduate students and post-doctoral associates. She is currently affiliated with the University of Idaho.