Advanced Problems in Applied Chemistry
Topics in Environmental Chemistry and Related Fields
A problem-solving book for the beginner or for anyone wishing to review their chemical problem-solving skills. The material is presented at two levels (competency and proficiency) to meet the varying needs and backgrounds of users. The emphasis is on stoichiometry and equilibria as encountered in applied chemistry fields such as agriculture, engineering, as well as the medical and environmental sciences. Practice problems are provided in four areas: agriculture and marine sciences, biological and medical sciences, industrial chemistry and environmental sciences.
Table of Contents
1. Chemical Formulas 2. Balancing Equations 3. The Mole Concept 4. Mass/Mass Problems 5. Gas Volume Problems 6. Solution Chemistry 7. Enthalpy Problems 8. Electrochemistry 9. Organic Chemistry 10. Heterogeneous Equilibria 11. Acid/Base Equilibria 12. Complex Ions 13. Similtaneous Equilibria 14. Oxidation-Reduction Processes 15. Organic Chemistry Revisited 16. Appendix A: The Chemical Elements Appendix B: Mathematical Operations Appendix C: Constants and Conversion Factors Appendix D: Equilibria Constants at 20-25C Appendix E: Standard Electrode Potentials
Rod O'Connor (Author)