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by Nivaldo J. Tro

  • ISBN: 0536061769
  • Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
  • ePub ver: 1620 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Publisher: Pearson (2008)
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  • Category: Math
  • Subcategory: Chemistry
epub Chemistry A Molecular Approach Custom Edition for Portland State University download

Nivaldo Tro received his P. in Chemistry from Stanford University. In 1990, Dr. Tro became a faculty member at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California.

Nivaldo Tro received his P. Dr. Tro has received Westmont s outstanding teacher of the year award three times.

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Nivaldo Tro is Professor of Chemistry at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, where he has been a faculty member since 1990. Chemistry: A Molecular Approach. False adverting at its finest.

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Comments (7)

Jare
I have just bought this brand new 3rd edition and compared it with my 1st edition. They are almost exactly the same, even down to the page numbers. This is an old scam by textbook publishers, but usually they will at least change around the table of contents and put in new diagrams, photos and tables. Not so with this title.

And if the 1st and 3rd editions are almost exact copies, then I'm sure the 2nd edition would be fine too.

Also, do not think that you need to buy the "Custom Edition" for your school, it's just the campus bookstore's and publisher's way of keeping you off Amazon and charging you double for an already overpriced book.
Weiehan
Chemistry: A Molecular Approach

Even though it says twice in the description that the ebook comes with Mastering Chemistry, and it is the first result with an ISBN search that includes Mastering Chemistry, it actually doesn't contain Mastering Chemistry. False adverting at its finest. Chatted with support and all they would do is refund my money so I can order a hardcover. I can't go without a text while in a class. Very bad customer service.
Maveri
Great book, included even more than I needed for my class. It was frustrating that it did not include much of the appendix information that most of the other books include such as acid/base values, oxidizing/reducing agent values, etc. the tables in the chapters are only partial and refer one to a nonexistent appendix to see the "rest of the values" that this book doesn't include. It's too bad because this was actually a wonderful book otherwise. It includes extra information and problems that the other version of the general chemistry book does not and it helped carry me to an A in my chemistry 2 course.
Cashoutmaster
This is a good chemistry book for anyone in an AP chemistry or college chemistry setting for those taking their first Chemistry course in a post secondary school setting. I have seen a better book for this topic but this book does serve its purpose and I would recommend using it consistently especially if this is assigned in your course. The explanations are fairly straight forward and examples are numerous throughout the book. If you follow this book there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn't get an A in the course you are taking unless your teacher decides to digress to more advanced topics such as Organic Chemistry.
Slowly writer
Been using this book for several terms now for my general chemistry sequence and it was a little cheaper than buying it at the campus bookstore. Very satisfied with the purchase. Tro does a great job walking through the problem solving and using real world examples, but I've found that problems can ask you to find a given variable in an equation and the book may never give an example like that. So the book is good but you won't see every kind of problem i.e. it might be up to you to rearrange the equation. This is not a fault of the book just expect to have to do some critical thinking as they don't spoon feed you everything.
Quynaus
Chemistry is my least favorite subject and the one I struggle with the most but this textbook provides lots of helpful examples that have step by step explanations. This is one of the few textbooks I've actually read and worked through completely and it doesn't disappoint. I went from getting solid C's in chemistry to an A-/B+ level, which I think is pretty good. I do wish the chapters were a bit shorter though but I guess it would be hard to condense all the material.
Gavidor
Content of the chapters matched up with the non-global edition. BUT, the exercises/word problems and answers were almost always different than the non-global edition. So, if you’re purchasing for class, I would spend the extra money for the non-global edition. I got lucky and had a professor that let me take pictures of her exercises and answers in the non-global edition since I’d already bought the global edition. Just an FYI!
Best chemistry book. Very well written (though we did find a handful of errors, per my professor) and makes general chemistry SO much easier to understand than other textbooks I've used. I wish all textbooks were so well and clearly written.

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