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Best Chemistry Book?

by AznBoi
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AznBoi
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Jun6-07, 08:44 PM
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What is the best chemistry book out there with lots of practice problems and that allows a beginner to comprehend material the most? It should include all of the basic topics that a college course teaches. Thanks.
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jcsolis
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Jul27-07, 12:35 AM
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General Chemistry by Whitten
Deathcrush
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Nov8-10, 10:27 AM
P: 40
Hi, well I'm in chemical engineering, and I own Petrucci and Whitten-Davis, those are pretty good, Whitten's book has very nice graphics and both have a wide variety of problems, I've heard good things about Brown's Chemistry: central science too, Kotz is also a very nice one, and Chang's Chemistry is very famous but not very good in my opinion

metro2089
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Mar29-11, 08:57 PM
P: 4
Best Chemistry Book?

I really loved ISBN: 0618857486, general chemistry by Ebbing, 9th edition, also the book is on cramster, with all solutions in case you get stuck.

I think its conceptually well organized and an easy to read/ learn self guided way to learn chemistry.
Ashuron
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Mar29-11, 09:56 PM
P: 141
Well..I have heard for physics majors..
those physical chemistry textbook can be a good way to learn some chemistry using physics you have learned..


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