In offering this book to teachers of elementary chemistry the authors lay no claim to any great originality. It has been their aim to prepare a text-book constructed along lines which have become recognized as best suited to an elementary treatment of the subject. At the same time they have made a consistent effort to make the text clear in outline, simple in style and language, conservatively modern in point of view, and thoroughly teachable.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry experiments" has contents: The smell of an ester, the chemistry of toothpaste, water softeners, lewis structures, making soap, catalysis of hydrogen peroxide, catalysis of hydrogen peroxide, wood alcohol, solutes affect the boiling point of water,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Chemistry experiments" has contents: Microscale percent composition, levels of sugar, thin layer chromatography, the rate of rusting, chloride levels, heat energy, chemical moles, finding molar mass, endothermic and exothermic reactions, solutions and spectrophotometry.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Chemistry a molecular approach" has contents: Chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, aqueous ionic equilibrium, free energy and thermodynamics, free energy and thermodynamics, organic chemistry, radioactivity and nuclear chemistry, chemistry of the nonmetals,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry for engineering students" has contents: Introduction to chemistry, atoms and molecules, molecules, moles, and chemical equations; stoichiometry; gases; the periodic table and atomic structure; chemical bonding and molecular structure; molecules and materials; energy and chemistry.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry a molecular approach" has contents: Matter, measurement, and problem solving; atoms and elements; chemical quantities and aqueous reactions; thermochemistry; periodic properties of the elements; solids and modern materials; liquids, solids, and intermolecular forces,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry & technology of fabric preparation & finishing" has contents: Preparation processes, chemistry of yarn and fabric preparation, scouring, bleaching, other processes, mechanical aspects of chemical finishing, durable press finishes.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry in the oil industry VII" has contents: An overview of the harmonised mandatory control system; bioaccumulation potential of surfactants - a review; use of enzymes for the in situ generation of well treatment chemicals; the use of surfactants to generate viscoelastic fluids,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Chemistry in the oil industry VII" has contents: The challenges facing chemical management, optimising oilfield oxygen scavengers, a chemical packer for annular isolation in horizontal wells; the development of advanced kinetic hydrate inhibitors,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry of the textile industry" has contents: Introduction - The structure of fibres, the whitening of textiles, fire retardant textiles, physical and chemical effects of domestic laundering processes.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Chemistry of the textile industry" has contents: Easy care, machine washable knitwear – production routes, coated and laminated fabrics, scouring, enzymes and softeners, the colouring of textiles, the environmental impact of the textiles industry.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Chemistry - Modern analytical chemistry" has contents: Introduction, basic tools of analytical chemistry, the language of analytical chemistry, evaluating analytical data, evaluating analytical data, obtaining and preparing samples for analysis, gravimetric methods of analysis,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Chemistry - Modern analytical chemistry" has contents: Spectroscopic methods of analysis, electrochemical methods of analysis, chromatographic and electrophoretic methods, kinetic methods of analysis, kinetic methods of analysis,...and other contents.
Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the chemical elements (of which there are about 100) and the extremely varied compounds they form. The essentially descriptive subject matter is unified by some general concepts of structure, bonding and reactivity, and most especially by the periodic table and its underlying basis in atomic structure.
Amphetamine synthesized 1887 by German chemist, L. Edeleano Methamphetamine was first produced by Dr. Nagayoshi Nagiai of Tokyo Imperial University in 1888 by reducing ephedrine with HI & Red Phosphorus Methamphetamine synthesized from methylamine and phenyl-2-propoanone 1919 by Japanese researcher, A. Ogata Early 1900s: Western civilization discovers benefits of ephedrine and pseuodephedrine as brochodilators and nasal decongestants. Fear that ma huang plants will run out (source for the herb ephedra).