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By Kenneth W. Whitten, Larry Peck, Raymond E. Davis, George G. Stanley

Desire a chemistry textbook one can comprehend? CHEMISTRY begins with the fundamentals and illustrates because it is going so you'll have the ability to stick to each one proposal absolutely. Plus, this version has a whole on-line path to be had in OWL (Online Web-based Learning), a versatile web-based homework administration process entire with simulations and instructional. to be had individually. OWL additionally contains a number of pass Chemistry™, mini video lectures for key idea evaluation and examination prep for you to view in OWL, obtain in your computing device, or import on your transportable video participant to review at the move!

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Right) Chlorine, a gaseous element. ␦ϩ ␦Ϫ H F or H F 3. Electrostatic charge potential (ECP) figures that illustrate the charge density in molecules. Charge distributions within molecules are illustrated with colorful ECP figures. These will help you visualize their effects on molecular properties and intermolecular interactions. Color scales are now included to remind you that these plots range from red (most negative) through green (neutral) to blue (most positive). Most of these ECP images have been updated with embedded ball-and-stick molecular models to more clearly indicate where the various charges reside.

A boulder located atop a mountain possesses potential energy because of its height. It can roll down the mountainside and convert its potential energy into kinetic energy. We discuss energy because all chemical processes are accompanied by energy changes. As some processes occur, energy is released to the surroundings, usually as heat energy. We call such processes exothermic. Any combustion (burning) reaction is exothermic. Some chemical reactions and physical changes, however, are endothermic; that is, they absorb energy from their surroundings.

For example, the atomic number of silver is 47. He Ne Ar Kr Xe Rn Figure 1-2 Relative sizes for atoms of the noble gases. 6605 3 10224 g. 1-2 Chemistry—A Molecular View of Matter 7 A molecule is the smallest particle of an element or compound that can have a stable independent existence. In nearly all molecules, two or more atoms are bonded together in very small, discrete units (particles) that are electrically neutral. Individual oxygen atoms are not stable at room temperature and atmospheric pressure.

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