By Katherine J. Denniston, Joseph J. Topping, Robet L. Caret

ISBN-10: 0073511102

ISBN-13: 9780073511108

The 6th version of "General, natural, and Biochemistry" is designed to aid undergraduate health-related majors, and scholars of all different majors, comprehend key ideas and get pleasure from the numerous connections among chemistry, future health, ailment, and the therapy of illness. this article maintains to strike a stability among theoretical and functional chemistry, whereas emphasizing fabric that's particular to health-related stories. The textual content has been written at a degree meant for college students whose expert pursuits don't comprise a mastery of chemistry, yet for whom an knowing of the foundations and perform of chemistry is a need. Designed for the only- or two-semester path, this article has an easy-to-follow problem-solving pedagogy, brilliant illustrations, and interesting purposes.

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Flammability c. 2 Classify each of the following as either a chemical property or a physical property: a. odor b. taste c. temperature Intensive and Extensive Properties See page 31 for a discussion of density and specific gravity. 6 ◗ LEARNING GOAL Distinguish between intensive and extensive properties. It is important to recognize that properties can also be classified according to whether they depend on the size of the sample. Consequently, there is a fundamental difference between properties such as density and specific gravity and properties such as mass and volume.

Furthermore, the change appears irreversible. More than a simple physical change has taken place. A chemical reaction (actually, several) must be responsible; hence chemical change. 2 Classify each of the following as either a chemical change or a physical change: a. water boiling to become steam b. butter becoming rancid c. combustion of wood d. melting of ice in spring e. 38. 1 Classify each of the following as either a chemical property or a physical property: a. color b. flammability c. 2 Classify each of the following as either a chemical property or a physical property: a.

831 ϭ b. 4 ϭ c. 8 Report the result of each of the following to the proper number of significant figures: a. 26 ϭ b. 321 ϭ c. 29 ϭ Multiplication and Division In the preceding discussion of addition and subtraction, the position of the decimal point in the quantities being combined has a bearing on the number of significant figures in the answer. In multiplication and division this is not the case. The decimal point position is irrelevant when determining the number of significant figures in the answer.

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