Walters D. Chemistry: Atoms, Molecules and Elements

Aladdin Books Ltd, London, New York, UK, USA, 1983. – 46 p. – ISBN: 0531045811.
Chemistry is the science of substances — what they look like, what they do and why. It isn’t just a subject for scientists in their laboratories, surrounded by bottles and beakers.
Chemistry can provide the answers to a wide variety of perplexing problems; what happens to paper when it burns; what is water made of; why are lemons sour? One aspect of chemistry deals with finding out what things are made of — this involves breaking down complex chemical substances into their basic constituents. The other side of chemistry is concerned with the invention of new materials, such as plastics, medicines, and even new foodstuffs.
Discusses such aspects of chemistry as burning; active substances; acids, bases, and salts; water; electrolysis; elements; and atoms and molecules.
Обсуждает такие аспекты химии как горение; активные вещества; кислоты, основания, и соли; вода; электролиз; элементы; и атомы и молекулы.

Contents.
Burning.
Rusting.
Breathing.
Bleaching.
Active Substances.
Loss.
Gain.
Replacement.
Exchange.
Acids, Bases and Salts.
Weak Acids.
Strong Acids.
Electrochemical.
Series Strong Bases.
Weak Bases.
Lime.
A Chemical Indicator.
Water.
Hydrogen and Water.
Burning Water.
Absorption of Water.
Electrolysis.
Batteries.
Electroplating.
Making Chlorine by Electrolysis.
Elements.
Metallic Elements.
Nonmetallic Elements.
Half-way Elements.
The Periodic Table.
Atoms and Molecules.
Sharing Electrons.
Donating Electrons.
Splitting the Atom.
Half-life.

Walters D. Chemistry: Atoms, Molecules and Elements

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