3,000 Solved Problems In Chemistry

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, 1988 - Science - 613 pages
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Master chemistry with Schaum's--the high-performance solved-problem guide.

It will help you cut study time, hone problem-solving skills, and achieve your personal best on exams!

Students love Schaum's Solved Problem Guides because they produce results. Each year, thousands of students improve their test scores and final grades with these indispensable guides. Get the edge on your classmates. Use Schaum's!

If you don't have a lot of time but want to excel in class, use this book to:

  • Brush up before tests
  • Study quickly and more effectively
  • Learn the best strategies for solving tough problems in step-by-step detail
  • Review what you've learned in class by solving thousands of relevant problems that test your skill

Compatible with any classroom text, Schaum's Solved Problem Guides let you practice at your own pace and remind you of all the important problem-solving techniques you need to remember--fast! And Schaum's are so complete, they're perfect for preparing for graduate or professional exams.

Inside you will find:

  • 3000 solved problems with complete solutions--the largest selection of solved problems yet published on this subject
  • An index to help you quickly locate the types of problems you want to solve
  • Problems like those you'll find on your exams
  • Techniques for choosing the correct approach to problems
  • Guidance toward the quickest, most efficient solutions

If you want top grades and thorough understanding of chemistry, this powerful study tool is the best tutor you can have!

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Would be nice if you give it to see onoine at least..
Or to let download it

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really good book to prepare for iit jee!!!!
gives the best possible way to solve any problem!!!

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About the author (1988)

David E. Goldberg, Ph.D., is professor of chemistry at Brooklyn College, the City University of New York, and the former chair of the department. He recently entered the field of computer languages. He is the author of eight textbooks, as well as Schaum's Outline of Assembly Language.

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