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1 Chemistry Catalog Chemistry Catalog CLA DEC 2013 Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd 151 Lorong Chuan #02-08 New Tech Park (Lobby H) Singapore Tel (65) Fax (65)

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3 Contents Chemistry Allied Health Chemistry... 2 Analytical Chemistry Biochemistry General Chemistry...30 Inorganic Chemistry...61 Introductory / Preparatory Chemistry...62 Liberal Arts Chemistry...81 Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Spectroscopy Combined Author/Title Index Order form/pricelist is available upon request through Cengage Learning Representative. Special price requests for class adoption are subject to approval. Please contact your Cengage Learning Representative for details. Information contained in this catalog is correct at the time of printing. Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

4 Chemistry Allied Health Chemistry Properties (Acetylsalicylic Acid). 10. Carbohydrates. 11. Fats and Oils: Preparation and Properties of Soap. 12. Acid-Base Properties of Amino Acids. 13. Isolation and Identification of Casein. 14. Enzymes. 2012, 256pp, Paperback, BASIC LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS FOR GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOCHEMISTRY Joseph M. Landesberg, Adelphi University Succeed in your GOB Lab course with the easy-tofollow experiments in this streamlined and focused manual. Fourteen experiments (6 general chemistry, 4 organic chemistry, and 4 biochemistry) illustrate the concepts you must know for your future allied health career, while pre- and post-lab questions test your ability to apply concepts. DESIGNED FOR NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCE MAJORS. Focusing on the key concepts most important to allied health majors, this streamlined lab manual is ideal for the one-term General, Organic, and Biochemistry laboratory course. CLEAR AND STRAIGHTFORWARD. Clear directions help students complete labs successfully. A FOCUS ON APPLICATION. Pre- and post-lab questions for every experiment test the student s ability to understand and apply concepts. 1. Laboratory Measurements. 2. Density Determination. 3. Classes of Chemical Reactions. 4. Separation of Components of a Mixture. 5. Factors Affecting Rate of Reactions. 6. The Law of Chemical Equilibrium and the Le Chatelier Principle. 7. ph and Buffer Solutions. 8. Structure and Stereochemistry in Organic Compounds, the Use of Molecular Models. 9. Aspirin: Preparation and GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOCHEMISTRY An Applied Approach, International Edition James Armstrong, City College of San Francisco Focusing on the needs of allied health and nursing majors, this engaging book is ideal for students who have had no prior exposure to chemistry. The author takes the time to explain how to do tasks that students find difficult, rather than just providing terse descriptions. Emphasizing problem-solving techniques without skipping steps and using terms students can grasp, the book takes the most direct path to biomolecules and metabolic processes, provides a wealth of worked examples to help students understand key chemical concepts, includes novel and relevant Health Notes in the margins, and weaves biological and medical applications throughout. DESIGNED FOR NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES MAJORS. This allied health-focused book takes the most direct path to biomolecules and metabolic processes, includes novel and relevant Health Notes in the margins, and weaves biological and medical applications throughout to prepare students for their future careers. EMPHASIS ON PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES. Each Sample Problem is paired with a closely related Try It Yourself question. Most sample problems list additional Core Problems that students can do to 2

5 practice new skills. Steps for solving the conversion problems appear in the margins to guide students through the problem-solving process. FOCUSED ON STUDENT LEARNING. Each chapter begins with a short health-related, story type introduction, followed by numbered sections with learning objectives. Section-ending Core Problems immediately reinforce the section objectives and help students gauge their knowledge of the content. Key Terms appear in boldface type the first time they are used and are collected at the back of the chapter to facilitate student review. BUILT-IN STUDY GUIDE. End-of-chapter material (keyed to each section) helps students master chapter concepts and problem-solving skills and review for quizzes and tests. Concept Questions encourage students to describe how the ideas in the chapter apply to specific examples, while Summary and Challenge Problems cover all sections and give instructors the opportunity to assign questions at a wide range of levels. Challenge problems are marked with an asterisk and require a greater depth of understanding; many involve concepts from earlier chapters. OWL INTEGRATION. Improve student learning outcomes with OWL, the #1 online homework and learning system for chemistry. Developed by chemistry instructors for teaching chemistry, OWL includes course management tools that make homework management a breeze, as well as advanced reporting and grade book features that save time in grading homework and tracking student progress. OWL enables you to address students different learning styles through tutorials, simulations, visualization exercises, and algorithmically-generated homework questions with answer-specific feedback. With OWL s mastery learning approach, students work at their own pace until they understand each concept/skill. OWL includes an ebook, enhanced with multimedia learning tools. EXPERT REVIEW: The entire text was reviewed by Nursing Professor Kellee Hollyman, RN,BSN, MN- Nurse Educator to ensure the relevance and accuracy of the health material. 1. MEASUREMENTS IN SCIENCE AND MEDICINE. Measuring Size: Distance, Mass, and Volume. Metric Units and Their Relationships. Rounding and Precision In Measurements. Unit Conversions and Conversion Factors. Rounding and Significant Figures. Temperature. Density, Dosage, and Other Compound Units. 2. ATOMS, ELEMENTS, AND COMPOUNDS. Classifying Matter: Mixtures, Compounds, and Elements. The Chemical Elements: An Introduction to the Periodic Table. Atoms. Subatomic Particles and Atomic Structure. Isotopes And Atomic Weight. Chemical Formulas. Electron Shells. Chemical Behavior, Valence Electrons, and the Periodic Law. The Organization of the Periodic Table. 3. CHEMICAL BONDS. Covalent Bonds and the Octet Rule. Double And Triple Bonds. Drawing Lewis Structures for Complex Molecules. Electronegativity and Polar Bonds. Naming Covalent Compounds. Ions and Ionic Compounds. Writing Formulas for Ionic Compounds. Naming Ionic Compounds. Polyatomic Ions. Recognizing Ionic and Molecular Compounds. 4. ENERGY AND THE PHYSICAL BEHAVIOR OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES. Heat and Energy. The Three States of Matter. The Properties of Gases. Changes of State. Attractive Forces and the Physical Properties of Matter. 5. SOLUTIONS AND CONCENTRATION. Solutions and the Dissolving Process. Electrolytes and Dissociation. Solubility. The Relationship Between Solubility and Molecular Structure. Concentration. Moles and Formula Weights. Molarity. Osmosis, Dialysis, And Tonicity. Equivalents. Dilution. 6. CHEMICAL REACTIONS. Physical Changes and Chemical Reactions. Chemical Equations. Mass Relationships in a Chemical Reaction. Heats of Reaction. Combustion and Precipitation Reactions. Reaction Rate and Activation Energy. Chemical Equilibrium. 7. ACIDS AND BASES. The Self-Ionization of Water. The Ph Scale. The Properties of Acids. The Properties of Bases. Acid-Base Reactions. Amphiprotic Molecules and Ions. Buffers.The Role of Buffers in Human Physiology. 8. HYDROCARBONS AN INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC MOLECULES. The Special Properties of Carbon. Linear Alkanes: The Foundation of Organic Chemistry. Branched Alkanes, Cycloalkanes, and Isomers. Naming Branched Alkanes: The IUPAC System. Functional Groups. Alkenes and Alkynes. Geometric Isomers. Benzene and Aromatic Compounds. The Properties of Hydrocarbons. 9. HYDRATION, DEHYDRATION AND ALCOHOLS. The Hydration Reaction. Controlling the Product An Introduction to Enzymes. Naming Alcohols. The Physical Properties 3

6 of Alcohols. The Dehydration Reaction. Phenols and Thiols. 10. CARBONYL COMPOUNDS AND REDOX REACTIONS. Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation. Oxidation and Reductions. Reactions and the Carbonyl Group. The Naming and Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones. Other Oxidation and Reduction Reactions. Carboxylic Acids. Biological Oxidations and Reductions The Redox Coenzymes. Introduction to Metabolic Pathways. 11. ORGANIC ACIDS AND BASES. Reactions of Organic Acids. Decarboxylation Reactions. Amines. The Acid-Base Reactions of Amines. Amines in Biology and Medicine. The Relationship Between Structure and Ph. 12. BUILDING LARGE MOLECULES CONDENSATION AND HYDROLYSIS REACTIONS. Introduction to Condensation Reactions Ethers. Esterification, Amidation, and Phosphorylation. Condensation Polymers. Hydrolysis. The Effect of Ph on the Products of Hydrolysis. The Equilibrium Between Condensation and Hydrolysis. 13. PROTEINS. Amino acids. Peptide bonds and the secondary structure of a protein. Side chain interactions and tertiary structure. Protein denaturation. Enzyme structure and function. Cofactors. Antibodies and the immune response. Sources of amino acids. 14: CARBOHYDRATES AND LIPIDS. Monosaccharides. Isomeric Forms Of Monosaccharides Anomers and Enantiomers. Disaccharides and the Glycosidic Linkage. Common Disaccharides and Polysaccharides. Fatty Acids and Triglycerides. The Chemical Reactions of Triglycerides. Glycerophospholipids and Cell Membranes. Steroids and Lipoproteins. Sources of Carbohydrates and Fats. 15. METABOLISM THE CHEMICAL WEB OF LIFE. Catabolism, Anabolism, and the ATP Cycle. An Overview of Catabolism. ATP Production and the Mitochondria. Glycolysis. The Citric Acid Cycle. Beta Oxidation Obtaining Energy from Fatty Acids. Catabolism of Amino Acids. Anabolic Pathways and the Control of Metabolism. 16. NUCLEIC ACIDS, PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, AND HEREDITY. Nucleotides. The Structure of Nucleic Acids. DNA Replication. Transcription and RNA Processing. Translation and The Genetic Code. The Mechanism of Protein Synthesis. Regulation of Protein Synthesis. Mutations and Genetic Disorders. 17. NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY. Symbols for Nuclei And Subatomic Particles. Writing Nuclear Equations. Energy and Nuclear Reactions. Physiological Effects of Ionizing Radiation. Measuring Radiation. Nuclear Decay and Half-Life. Medical Applications of Nuclear Radiation. Nuclear Fission and Fusion. APPENDIX A: ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS FOR CHEMISTRY. Decimal Notation. Place Value, Fractions, and Division. Order of Operations. Exponents. Scientific Notation. Calculator Use. APPENDIX B: THE QUANTITATIVE BEHAVIOR OF GASES. (Kelvin temperature, combined gas law, Avogadro s law, ideal gas law). 2012, 832pp, Paperback, GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 6E H. Stephen Stoker, Weber State University Emphasizing the applications of chemistry and minimizing complicated mathematics, GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 6E, International Edition is written throughout to help students succeed in the course and master the biochemistry content so important to their future careers. The Sixth Edition s clear explanations, visual support, and effective pedagogy combine to make the text ideal for allied health majors. Early chapters focus on fundamental chemical principles while later chapters build on the foundations of these principles. Mathematics is introduced at point-of-use and only as needed. NEW TO THIS EDITION Several new Chemistry At-A-Glance boxes covering critical chemistry concepts have been added to this edition. New Chemical Connection Boxes covering a variety of topics that relate chemistry to our everyday lives!. Heavily revised art and photography program. Talking labels have been added to many of the illustrations 4

7 these labels help students understand the concepts being discussed in the figure. New questions and problems have been added to the end of chapter question/problem sets including a new type of problem that is related to the Chemical Connection boxes the new questions are identified with an icon. Up to date coverage throughout the text, but especially the biochemistry chapters. Biochemistry is an ever changing field and the new edition has been updated with the latest information in that field. OWL and Youbook: OWL now includes more parameterized end-of-chapter questions, encouraging students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. Also includes Student Self Assessments, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, and an optional Solutions Manual ebook. Chemistry at-a-glance features provide brief visual summaries of core chapter concepts to help students visualize difficult material. Chemical Connection Boxes show chemistry as it relates to everyday life, highlighting its relevance to students future careers in the health and environmental fields. Chemical Connection Boxes show chemistry as it relates to everyday life, highlighting its relevance to students future careers in the health and environmental fields. Chemical Connection Boxes show chemistry as it relates to everyday life, highlighting its relevance to students future careers in the health and environmental fields. PART I: GENERAL CHEMISTRY. 1. Basic Concepts About Matter. Chemistry: The Study of Matter. Physical States of Matter. Properties of Matter. Changes in Matter. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Use of the Terms Physical and Chemical. Pure Substances and Mixtures. Elements and Compounds. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Classes of Matter. Discovery and Abundance of the Elements. Names and Chemical Symbols of the Elements. Atoms and Molecules. Chemical Formulas. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Good Versus Bad Properties for a Chemical Substance Elemental Composition of the Human Body. 2. Measurements in Chemistry. Measurement Systems. Metric System Units. Exact and Inexact Numbers. Uncertainty in Measurement and Significant Figures. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Significant Figures. Significant Figures and Mathematical Operations. Scientific Notation. Conversion Factors. Dimensional Analysis. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Conversion Factors. Density. Temperature Scales. Heat Energy and Specific Heat. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Body Density and Percent Body Fat; Normal Human Body Temperature. 3. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table. Internal Structure of an Atom. Atomic Number and Mass Number. Isotopes and Atomic Masses. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Atomic Structure. The Periodic Law and the Periodic Table. Metals and Nonmetals. Electron Arrangements Within Atoms. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Shell Subshell Orbital Interrelationships. Electron Configurations and Orbital Diagrams. The Electronic Basis for the Periodic Law and the Periodic Table. Classification of the Elements. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Element Classification Schemes and the Periodic Table. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Protium, Deuterium, and Tritium: The Three Isotopes of Hydrogen; Metallic Elements and the Human Body; Iron: The Most Abundant Transition Element in the Human Body. 4. Chemical Bonding: The Ionic Bond Model. Chemical Bonds. Valence Electrons and Lewis Symbols. The Octet Rule. The Ionic Bond Model. The Sign and Magnitude of Ionic Charge. Lewis Structures for Ionic Compounds. Chemical Formulas for Ionic Compounds. The Structure of Ionic Compounds. Recognizing and Naming Binary Ionic Compounds. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Ionic Bonds and Ionic Compounds. Polyatomic Ions Chemical Formulas and Names for Ionic Compounds Containing Polyatomic Ions. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Fresh Water, Seawater, Hard Water, and Soft Water: A Matter of Ions; Tooth Enamel: A Combination of Monatomic and Polyatomic Ions. 5. Chemical Bonding: The Covalent Bond Model. The Covalent Bond Model. Lewis Structures for Molecular Compounds. Single, Double, and Triple Covalent Bonds. Valence Electrons and Number of Covalent Bonds Formed. Coordinate Covalent Bonds. Systematic Procedures for Drawing Lewis Structures. Bonding in Compounds with 5

8 Polyatomic Ions Present. Molecular Geometry. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: The Geometry of Molecules. Electronegativity. Bond Polarity. Molecular Polarity. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Covalent Bonds and Molecular Compounds. Naming Binary Molecular Compounds. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Nitric Oxide: A Molecule Whose Bonding Does Not Follow The Rules ; The Chemical Senses of Smell and Taste. 6. Chemical Calculations: Formula Masses, Moles, and Chemical Equations. Formula Masses. The Mole: A Counting Unit for Chemists. The Mass of a Mole. Chemical Formulas and the Mole Concept. The Mole and Chemical Calculations. Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations. Chemical Equations and the Mole Concept. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Relationships Involving the Mole Concept. Chemical Calculations Using Chemical Equations. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Carbon Monoxide Air Pollution: A Case of Combining Ratios Chemical Reactions on an Industrial Scale: Sulfuric Acid. 7. Gases, Liquids, and Solids. The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter. Kinetic Molecular Theory and Physical States. Gas Law Variables. Boyle s Law: A Pressure-Volume Relationship. Charles s Law: A Temperature-Volume Relationship. The Combined Gas Law. The Ideal Gas Law. Dalton s Law of Partial Pressures. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: The Gas Laws. Changes of State. Evaporation of Liquids. Vapor Pressure of Liquids. Boiling and Boiling Point. Intermolecular Forces in Liquids. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Intermolecular Forces. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: The Importance of Gas Densities; Blood Pressure and the Sodium Ion/ Potassium Ion Ratio; Hydrogen Bonding and the Density of Water. 8. Solutions. Characteristics of Solutions. Solubility. Solution Formation. Solubility Rules. Solution Concentration Units. Dilution. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Solutions. Colloidal Dispersions and Suspensions. Colligative Properties of Solutions. Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of Colligative Property Terminology. Dialysis. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Factors Affecting Gas Solubility; Solubility of Vitamins; Controlled- Release Drugs: Regulating Concentration, Rate, and Location of Release; The Artificial Kidney: A Hemodialysis Machine. 9. Chemical Reactions. Types of Chemical Reactions. Redox and Nonredox Chemical Reactions. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Types of Chemical Reactions. Terminology Associated with Redox Processes. Collision Theory and Chemical Reactions. Exothermic and Endothermic Chemical Reactions. Factors That Influence Chemical Reaction Rates. Chemical Equilibrium. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Factors That Increase Reaction Rates. Equilibrium Constants. Altering Equilibrium Conditions: Le Châtelier s Principle. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Combustion Reactions, Carbon Dioxide, and Global Warming; Undesirable Oxidation Reduction Processes: Metallic Corrosion; Stratospheric Ozone: An Equilibrium Situation. 10. Acids, Bases, and Salts. Arrhenius Acid Base Theory. Brønsted Lowry Acid Base Theory. Mono-, Di-, and Triprotic Acids. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Acid Base Definitions. Strengths of Acids and Bases. Ionization Constants for Acids and Bases. Salts. Acid Base Neutralization Chemical Reactions. Self-Ionization of Water. The ph Concept. The pka Method for Expressing Acid Strength. The ph of Aqueous Salt Solutions. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Acids and Acidic Solutions. Buffers. The Henderson Hasselbalch Equation. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Buffer Systems. Electrolytes. Equivalents and Milliequivalents of Electrolytes. Acid Base Titrations. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Excessive Acidity Within the Stomach: Antacids and Acid Inhibitors; Acid Rain: Excess Acidity; Blood Plasma ph and Hydrolysis; Buffering Action in Human Blood; Electrolytes and Body Fluids. 11. Nuclear Chemistry. Stable and Unstable Nuclides. The Nature of Radioactive Emissions. Equations for Radioactive Decay. Rate of Radioactive Decay. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Radioactive Decay. Transmutation and Bombardment Reactions. Radioactive Decay Series. Chemical Effects of Radiation. Biochemical Effects of Radiation. Detection of Radiation. Sources of Radiation Exposure. Nuclear Medicine. Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Characteristics of Nuclear Reactions. Nuclear and Chemical Reactions Compared. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Tobacco Radioactivity and the Uranium-238 Decay Series; Preserving Food Through Food Irradiation; The Indoor Radon-222 Problem. PART II: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 12. Saturated Hydrocarbons. Organic and Inorganic Compounds. Bonding Characteristics of the Carbon Atom. Hydrocarbons and Hydrocarbon Derivatives. Alkanes: Acyclic Saturated Hydrocarbons. Structural Formulas. Alkane Isomerism. Conformations of Alkanes. IUPAC Nomenclature for 6

9 Alkanes. Line-Angle Structural Formulas for Alkanes. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Structural Representations for Alkane Molecules. Classification of Carbon Atoms. Branched-Chain Alkyl Groups. Cycloalkanes. IUPAC Nomenclature for Cycloalkanes. Isomerism in Cycloalkanes. Sources of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Physical Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Chemical Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Nomenclature and Properties of Halogenated Alkanes. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: The Occurrence of Methane; The Physiological Effects of Alkanes; Chlorofluorocarbons and the Ozone Layer. 13. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. Characteristics of Alkenes and Cycloalkenes. IUPAC Nomenclature for Alkenes and Cycloalkenes. Line-Angle Structural Formulas for Alkenes. Constitutional Isomerism in Alkenes. Cis Trans Isomerism in Alkenes. Naturally Occurring Alkenes. Physical Properties of Alkenes and Cycloalkenes. Chemical Reactions of Alkenes. Polymerization of Alkenes: Addition Polymers. Alkynes. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Chemical Reactions of Alkenes 383. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: IUPAC Nomenclature for Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes. Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Names for Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Physical Properties and Sources. Chemical Reactions of Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Fused-Ring Aromatic Hydrocarbons. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Ethene: A Plant Hormone and High-Volume Industrial Chemical; Cis Trans Isomerism and Vision; Carotenoids: A Source of Color; Fused-Ring Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Cancer. 14. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers. Bonding Characteristics of Oxygen Atoms in Organic Compounds. Structural Characteristics of Alcohols. Nomenclature for Alcohols. Isomerism for Alcohols. Important Commonly Encountered Alcohols. Physical Properties of Alcohols. Preparation of Alcohols. Classification of Alcohols. Chemical Reactions of Alcohols. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of Chemical Reactions Involving Alcohols. Polymeric Alcohols. Structural Characteristics of Phenols. Nomenclature for Phenols. Physical and Chemical Properties of Phenols. Occurrence of and Uses for Phenols. Structural Characteristics of Ethers. Nomenclature for Ethers. Isomerism for Ethers. Physical and Chemical Properties of Ethers. Cyclic Ethers. Sulfur Analogs of Alcohols. Sulfur Analogs of Ethers. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Menthol: A Useful Naturally Occurring Terpene Alcohol; Ethers as General Anesthetics; Marijuana: The Most Commonly Used Illicit Drug; Garlic and Onions: Odiferous Medicinal Plants. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, and Thioethers. 15. Aldehydes and Ketones. The Carbonyl Group. Compounds Containing a Carbonyl Group. The Aldehyde and Ketone Functional Groups. Nomenclature for Aldehydes. Nomenclature for Ketones. Isomerism for Aldehydes and Ketones. Selected Common Aldehydes and Ketones. Physical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones. Preparation of Aldehydes and Ketones. Oxidation and Reduction of Aldehydes and Ketones. Reaction of Aldehydes and Ketones with Alcohols. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of Chemical Reactions Involving Aldehydes and Ketones. Formaldehyde-Based Polymers. Sulfur-Containing Carbonyl Groups. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Lachrymatory Aldehydes and Ketones; Melanin: A Hair and Skin Pigment; Diabetes, Aldehyde Oxidation, and Glucose Testing. 16. Carboxylic Acids, Esters, and Other Acid Derivatives. Structure of Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives. IUPAC Nomenclature for Carboxylic Acids. Common Names for Carboxylic Acids. Polyfunctional Carboxylic Acids. Metabolic Acids. Physical Properties of Carboxylic Acids. Preparation of Carboxylic Acids. Acidity of Carboxylic Acids. Carboxylic Acid Salts. Structure of Esters. Preparation of Esters. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of the H Versus R Relationship for Pairs of Hydrocarbon Derivatives. Nomenclature for Esters. Selected Common Esters. Isomerism for Carboxylic Acids and Esters. Physical Properties of Esters. Chemical Reactions of Esters. Sulfur Analogs of Esters. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of Chemical Reactions Involving Carboxylic Acids and Esters. Polyesters. Acid Chlorides and Acid Anhydrides. Esters and Anhydrides of Inorganic Acids. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Nonprescription Pain Relievers Derived from Propanoic Acid Carboxylic Acids and Skin Care; Aspirin; Nitroglycerin: An Inorganic Triester. 17. Amines and Amides. Bonding Characteristics of Nitrogen Atoms in Organic Compounds. Structure and Classification of Amines. Nomenclature for Amines. Isomerism for Amines. Physical Properties of Amines. Basicity of Amines. Amine Salts. Preparation of Amines and Quaternary Ammonium Salts. Heterocyclic Amines. Selected Biochemically Important Amines. Alkaloids. 7

10 Structure and Classification of Amides. Nomenclature for Amides. Selected Amides and Their Uses. Physical Properties of Amides. Preparation of Amides. Hydrolysis of Amides.Polyamides and Polyurethanes. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of Chemical Reactions Involving Amines and Amides. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Caffeine: The Most Widely Used Central Nervous System Stimulant; Nicotine Addiction: A Widespread Example of Drug Dependence; Alkaloids Present in Chocolate; Acetaminophen: A Substituted Amide. PART III: BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 18. Carbohydrates. Biochemistry An Overview. Occurrence and Functions of Carbohydrates. Classification of Carbohydrates. Chirality: Handedness in Molecules. Stereoisomerism: Enantiomers and Diastereomers. Designating Handedness Using Fischer Projection Formulas. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Constitutional Isomers and Stereoisomers. Properties of Enantiomers. Classification of Monosaccharides. Biochemically Important Monosaccharides. Cyclic Forms of Monosaccharides. Haworth Projection Formulas. Reactions of Monosaccharides. Disaccharides. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Sugar Terminology Associated with Monosaccharides and Their Derivatives. General Characteristics of Polysaccharides. Storage Polysaccharides. Structural Polysaccharides. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Types of Glycosidic Linkages for Common Glucose-Containing Diand Polysaccharides. Acidic Polysaccharides. Glycolipids and Glycoproteins: Cell Recognition. Dietary Considerations and Carbohydrates. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Blood Types and Monosaccharides; Lactose Intolerance and Galactosemia; Changing Sugar Patterns: Decreased Sucrose, Increased Fructose; Artificial Sweeteners; Good and Bad Carbs : The Glycemic Index. 19. Lipids. Structure and Classification of Lipids. Types of Fatty Acids. Physical Properties of Fatty Acids. Energy-Storage Lipids: Triacylglycerols. Dietary Considerations and Triacylglycerols. Chemical Reactions of Triacylglycerols. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Classification Schemes for Fatty Acid Residues Present in Triacylglycerols. Membrane Lipids: Phospholipids. Membrane Lipids: Sphingoglycolipids. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Terminology for and Structural Relationships Among Various Types of Fatty-Acid-Containing Lipids. Membrane Lipids: Cholesterol. Cell Membranes. Emulsification Lipids: Bile Acids. Messenger Lipids: Steroid Hormones. Messenger Lipids: Eicosanoids. Protective-Coating Lipids: Biological Waxes. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Types of Lipids in Terms of How They Function. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: The Fat Content of Tree Nuts and Peanuts; Artificial Fat Substitutes; The Cleansing Action of Soap; Trans Fatty Acids and Blood Cholesterol Levels; Steroid Drugs in Sports; The Mode of Action for Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. 20. Proteins. Characteristics of Proteins. Amino Acids: The Building Blocks for Proteins. Chirality and Amino Acids. Acid Base Properties of Amino Acids. Cysteine: A Chemically Unique Amino Acid. Peptides. Biochemically Important Small Peptides. General Structural Characteristics of Proteins. Primary Structure of Proteins. Secondary Structure of Proteins. Tertiary Structure of Proteins. Quaternary Structure of Proteins. Protein Classification Based on Shape. Protein Classification Based on Function. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Protein Structure. Protein Hydrolysis. Protein Denaturation. Glycoproteins. Lipoproteins. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: The Essential Amino Acids; Substitutes for Human Insulin Protein Structure and the Color of Meat; Denaturation and Human Hair; Cyclosporine: An Antirejection Drug; Lipoproteins and Heart Disease Risk. 21. Enzymes and Vitamins. General Characteristics of Enzymes. Enzyme Structure. Nomenclature and Classifi cation of Enzymes. Models of Enzyme Action. Enzyme Specificity. Factors That Affect Enzyme Activity. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Enzyme Activity. Enzyme Inhibition. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Enzyme Inhibition. Regulation of Enzyme Activity. Antibiotics That Inhibit Enzyme Activity. Medical Uses of Enzymes. General Characteristics of Vitamins. Water-Soluble Vitamins. Fat-Soluble Vitamins. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: H. pylori and Stomach Ulcers; Enzymatic Browning: Discoloration of Fruits and Vegetables; Heart Attacks and Enzyme Analysis. 22. Nucleic Acids. Types of Nucleic Acids. Nucleotides: Building Blocks of Nucleic Acids. Primary Nucleic Acid Structure. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Nucleic Acid Structure. The DNA Double Helix. Replication of DNA Molecules. Overview of Protein Synthesis. Ribonucleic Acids. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: DNA Replication. Transcription: RNA Synthesis. The Genetic Code. Anticodons and trna Molecules. Translation: Protein Synthesis. Mutations. Nucleic Acids and Viruses. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Protein Synthesis: Transcription and Translation. Recombinant DNA and 8

11 Genetic Engineering. The Polymerase Chain Reaction. DNA Sequencing. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Use of Synthetic Nucleic Acid Bases in Medicine; Antibiotics That Inhibit Bacterial Protein Synthesis. 23. Biochemical Energy Production. Metabolism. Metabolism and Cell Structure. Important Intermediate Compounds in Metabolic Pathways. High-Energy Phosphate Compounds. An Overview of Biochemical Energy Production. The Citric Acid Cycle. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Simplified Summary of the Four Stages of Biochemical Energy Production. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of the Reactions of the Citric Acid Cycle. The Electron Transport Chain. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of the Flow of Electrons Through the Four Complexes of the Electron Transport Chain. Oxidative Phosphorylation. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Summary of the Common Metabolic Pathway. ATP Production for the Common Metabolic Pathway. The Importance of ATP. Non-ETC Oxygen-Consuming Reactions. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Cyanide Poisoning; Brown Fat, Newborn Babies, and Hibernating Animals; Flavonoids: An Important Class of Dietary Antioxidants. 24. Carbohydrate Metabolism. Digestion and Absorption of Carbohydrates. Glycolysis. Fates of Pyruvate. ATP Production for the Complete Oxidation of Glucose. Glycogen Synthesis and Degradation. Gluconeogenesis. Terminology for Glucose Metabolic Pathways. The Pentose Phosphate Pathway. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Glucose Metabolism. Hormonal Control of Carbohydrate Metabolism. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: Lactate Accumulation; Diabetes Mellitus. 25. Lipid Metabolism. Digestion and Absorption of Lipids. Triacylglycerol Storage and Mobilization. Glycerol Metabolism. Oxidation of Fatty Acids. ATP Production from Fatty Acid Oxidation. Ketone Bodies. Biosynthesis of Fatty Acids: Lipogenesis. Relationships Between Lipogenesis and Citric Acid Cycle Intermediates. Biosynthesis of Cholesterol. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Interrelationships Between Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism. Relationships Between Lipid and Carbohydrate Metabolism. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: High-Intensity Versus Low-Intensity Workouts; Statins: Drugs That Lower Plasma Levels of Cholesterol. 26. Protein Metabolism. Protein Digestion and Absorption. Amino Acid Utilization. Transamination and Oxidative Deamination. The Urea Cycle. Amino Acid Carbon Skeletons. Amino Acid Biosynthesis. Hemoglobin Catabolism. CHEMISTRY AT A GLANCE: Interrelationships Among Carbohydrate, Lipid, and Protein Metabolism. Interrelationships Among Metabolic Pathways. CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS: The Chemical Composition of Urine Arginine, Citrulline, and the Chemical Messenger Nitric Oxide. Answers to Selected Exercises A , 1056pp, Paperback, INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 10E Frederick A. Bettelheim, Adelphi University; William H. Brown, Beloit College; Mary K. Campbell, Mount Holyoke College; Shawn O. Farrell, Colorado State University This bestselling text continues to lead the way with a strong focus on current issues, pedagogically rich framework, wide variety of medical and biological applications, visually dynamic art program, and exceptionally strong and varied end-of-chapter problems. Revised and updated throughout, the tenth edition now includes new biochemistry content, new Chemical Connections essays, new and revised problems, and more. Every problem from the tenth edition is now available in the OWL online learning system. NEW TO THIS EDITION Ten percent of the book s problems are new or revised. In addition, all problems in the tenth edition are now available in the OWL online learning system. New Chemical Connections boxes such as, DDT, A Boon and a Curse, From Moldy Clover to a Blood Thinner, and Is There a Connection Between Carbohydrates and Obesity? have been added to the text s more than 150 Chemical Connections essays. 9

12 End-of-chapter problems associated with Chemical Connections are now keyed to provide students with immediate reinforcement. New up-to-date biochemistry coverage includes material on Membrane Cholesterol Function (Chapter 21), Transition Metals and Their Effect on the Structure of Proteins (Chapter 22), Enzyme Inhibitors in Medicine (Chapter 23), Obesity and Type-II Diabetes (Chapter 24), Synthetic Genome (Chapter 26), Nutrient Deficiencies Linked to Depression (Chapter 30), and Immunization (Chapter 31). Coverage of balancing chemical equations now appears earlier in Chapter 4, Chemical Reactions, and the more difficult calculations involving mass relationships have been moved to the end of the chapter. Allotropes of carbon are now included in an expanded Section 5.9, What Are the Characteristics of the Various Types of Solids? Chapter 8, Acids and Bases, now covers the Activity Series. A new How To box in Chapter 11 emphasizes the skills students need to master How to Draw Alternative Chair Conformations of Cyclohexane. Organic mechanisms are now simplified into easy-toremember steps: add a proton, take a proton away, break a bond, and make a bond in Chapter 12, Alkenes and Alkynes. An enhanced version of the OWL online learning system now includes Interactive Examples from the text and more parameterized end-of-chapter questions that encourage students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. In addition, OWL now includes a multimedia ebook, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, as well as an optional Solutions Manual ebook. 1. Matter, Energy, and Measurement. 2. Atoms. 3. Chemical Bonds. 4. Chemical Reactions. 5. Gases, Liquids, and Solids. 6. Solutions and Colloids. 7. Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium. 8. Acids and Bases. 9. Nuclear Chemistry. 10. Organic Chemistry. 11. Alkanes. 12. Alkenes and Alkynes. 13. Benzene and Its Derivatives. 14. Alcohols, Ethers, and Thiols. 15. Chirality: The Handedness of Molecules. 16. Amines. 17. Aldehydes and Ketones. 18. Carboxylic Acids. 19. Carboxylic Anhydrides, Esters, and Amides. 20. Carbohydrates. 21. Lipids. 22. Proteins. 23. Enzymes. 24 Chemical Communications: Neurotransmitters and Hormones. 25. Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Heredity. 26. Gene Expression and Protein Synthesis. 27. Bioenergetics: How the Body Converts Food to Energy. 28. Specific Catabolic Pathways: Carbohydrate, Lipid, and Protein Metabolism. 29. Biosynthetic Pathways. 30. Nutrition. 31. Immunochemistry. 32. Body Fluids. (Chapter 32 can be found on this book s companion website, which is accessible from com/chemistry/bettelheim) Appendix 1. Exponential Notation. Appendix 2. Significant Figures. Answers to In-Text and Odd-Numbered End-of-Chapter Problems. Glossary. Credits. Index. 2013, 1008pp, Paperback, INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY, 8E Frederick A. Bettelheim, Adelphi University; William H. Brown, Beloit College; Mary K. Campbell, Mount Holyoke College; Shawn O. Farrell, Colorado State University This innovative partial version of INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOCHEMISTRY gives students a solid foundation of the chemistry of the human body, consistently demonstrating that a strong background in molecular structure and properties leads to better understanding of biochemical interactions. NEW TO THIS EDITION Ten percent of the book s problems are either new or revised. In addition, all problems in the 8th Edition are now available in the OWL online learning system. New Chemical Connections boxes, such as, DDT, A Boon and a Curse, From Moldy Clover to a Blood 10

13 Thinner, and Is There a Connection Between Carbohydrates and Obesity? have been added. End-of-chapter problems associated with Chemical Connections are now keyed to provide students with immediate reinforcement. New up-to-date biochemistry coverage includes material on Membrane Cholesterol Function, Transition Metals and Their Effect on the Structure of Proteins, Enzyme Inhibitors in Medicine, Obesity and Type-II Diabetes, Synthetic Genome, Nutrient Deficiencies Linked to Depression, and Immunization. New up-to-date biochemistry coverage includes material on Membrane Cholesterol Function, Transition Metals and Their Effect on the Structure of Proteins, Enzyme Inhibitors in Medicine, Obesity and Type-II Diabetes, Synthetic Genome, Nutrient Deficiencies Linked to Depression, and Immunization. Organic mechanisms have been simplified into easyto-remember steps: add a proton, take a proton away, break a bond and make a bond in Chapter 3, Alkenes and Alkynes. An enhanced version of the OWL online learning system now includes Interactive Examples from the text and more parameterized end-of-chapter questions that encourage students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. In addition, OWL now includes a multimedia ebook, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, as well as an optional Solutions Manual ebook. 1. Organic Chemistry. 2. Alkanes. 3. Alkenes and Alkynes. 4. Benzene and Its Derivatives. 5. Alcohols, Ethers, and Thiols. 6. Chirality: The Handedness of Molecules. 7. Acids and Bases. 8. Amines. 9. Aldehydes and Ketones 10. Carboxylic Acids. 11. Carboxylic Anhydrides, Esters, and Amides. 12. Carbohydrates. 13. Lipids. 14. Proteins. 15. Enzymes. 16. Chemical Communications: Neurotransmitters and Hormones. 17. Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Heredity. 18. Gene Expression and Protein Synthesis. 19. Bioenergetics: How the Body Converts Food to Energy. 20. Specific Catabolic Pathways: Carbohydrate, Lipid, and Protein Metabolism. 21. Biosynthetic Pathways. 22. Nutrition. 23. Immunochemistry. 24. Body Fluids. (This chapter can be found on this book s companion website, which is accessible from bettelheim) Appendix 1. Exponential Notation. Appendix 2. Significant Figures. Answers to In-Text and Odd- Numbered End-of-Chapter Problems. Glossary. Credits. Index. 2013, 704pp, Hardback, INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 7E Spencer L. Seager, Weber State University; Michael R. Slabaugh, Weber State University Distinguished by its superior allied health focus and integration of technology, Seager and Slabaugh s INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 7e, International Edition continues to meet students needs through diverse applications, examples, boxes, and outstanding technology tools. Prompts throughout the new edition lead students to OWL (web-based learning system) two unique online programs that extend the lessons of the text and help students study smarter. In addition to the many resources found in OWL, the book and website contain questions modeled after the Nursing School and Allied Health Entrance Exams. INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 7e, International Edition dispels students inherent fear of chemistry and instills an appreciation for the role chemistry plays in our daily lives through a rich pedagogical structure and an accessible writing style with lucid explanations. In addition, the book provides greater support in both problem-solving and critical-thinking skills the skills necessary for student success. By demonstrating the importance of chemistry concepts to students future careers and by providing important career information online, the authors not only help students set goals but also help them focus on achieving them. 11

14 NEW TO THIS EDITION ALLIED HEALTH CONNECTION. An expanded Allied-Health Exam Connection section follows the exercises of each chapter and includes examples of chemistry questions found on typical entrance examinations used to screen applicants to Allied- Health professional programs. UPDATED ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM. In addition to adding many new photos to illustrate key concepts, explanations of figures are now incorporated into the art, rather than appearing in the caption, to help students follow processes and understand exactly what is happening within each figure without having to go back and forth between figure and caption. OWL ONLINE LEARNING INTEGRATION. The new edition now contains algorithmically generated versions of most of the end-of-chapters question from the text. NEW AND UPDATED BOXED. New At the Counter boxes focus on drugs and products found on drugstore shelves and at the pharmacy; Chemistry Around Us boxes present everyday applications of chemistry; and updated Chemistry and Your Health boxes relate to students health and the health of the patients that they may care for in their future roles as a part of the allied health work force. NEW END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES. A significant number of the end-of-chapter questions are new. A WEALTH OF END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES. The book s wide range of end-of-chapter exercises include Additional Exercises that are not tied to a specific section and often consist of problems that integrate several concepts and Chemistry for Thought exercises that focus on conceptual and cumulative questions and ask students to apply what they have learned to a particular cumulative question. INTEGRATED LEARNING OBJECTIVES. The book s Learning Objectives are integrated throughout each chapter and within the summary to help students focus on the chapter s key skills and concepts. LEARNING CHECKS. These short, self-check exercises follow the book s worked-out examples and discussions of key or difficult concepts to help students assess their understanding. CONCEPT SUMMARY SECTIONS. These end-ofchapter sections summarize each chapter s key concepts and include one or two appropriate endof-chapter exercises per concept. By solving these exercises, students will have an approximate but quick assessment of how well they understand the Learning Objective related to that concept. HOW REACTIONS OCCUR SECTIONS. These sections present the mechanisms of representative organic reactions to help dispel the mystery of how these reactions take place. 1. Matter, Measurements, and Calculations. 2. Atoms and Molecules. 3. Electronic Structure and the Periodic Law. 4. Forces Between Particles. 5. Chemical Reactions. 6. The States of Matter. 7. Solutions and Colloids. 8. Reaction Rates and Equilibrium. 9. Acids, Bases, and Salts. 10. Radioactivity and Nuclear Processes. 11. Organic Compounds: Alkanes. 12. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. Appendix A: The International System of Measurements. Appendix B: Answers to Even- Numbered End-of-Chapter Exercises. Appendix C: Solutions to Learning Checks. Glossary. Index. 2011, 496pp, Paperback, INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 8E Spencer L. Seager, Weber State University; Michael R. Slabaugh, Weber State University Distinguished by its superior allied health focus and integration of technology, Seager and Slabaugh s INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 8E, International Edition meets students needs through diverse applications, examples, boxes, interactive technology tools, and -- new to this edition -- real life case studies. The Eighth Edition dispels students 12

15 inherent fear of chemistry and instills an appreciation for the role chemistry plays in our daily lives through a rich pedagogical structure and an accessible writing style with lucid explanations. In addition, the book provides greater support in both problem-solving and critical-thinking skills--the skills necessary for student success. By demonstrating the importance of chemistry concepts to students future careers, the authors not only help students set goals, but also help them focus on achieving them. NEW TO THIS EDITION CASE STUDIES/CASE STUDY FOLLOW UPS: New Case Studies open each chapter with real life scenarios that students may encounter at home and at work. Each case study incorporates critical chemistry concepts from the chapter in an exciting real life scenario in which the reader feels as if they are a part of the experience. The case studies require the student to make a decision about what they would do if they were in that situation. A follow up to each Case Study appears at the end of each chapter. ASK THE EXPERT: Featured on both the book cover and woven throughout the text the Ask the Expert boxes begin with important questions about nutrition and fitness as related to chemistry--questions that students need to ask and need to know the answers to. The Ask the Expert questions and answers are written by CNN Doctor Melina D. Jampolis--one of the leading Nutrition and Fitness experts in the country. NEW END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES: A significant number of the end-of-chapter questions are new. ENHANCED OWL (ONLINE WEB LEARNING) INTEGRATION: For the Eighth Edition, OWL now includes more parameterized end-of-chapter questions, encouraging students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. OWL also includes Student Self-Assessments, Interactive Examples from the text, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, a customizable ipad-compatible multimedia ebook, and an optional Solutions Manual ebook. A UNIQUE AND INSTRUCTIVE ART PROGRAM: Talking Labels in the art itself walk students through each figure, pointing out what they need to see. Explanations of figures are incorporated into the art, rather than appearing in the caption, to help students follow processes and understand exactly what is happening within each figure without having to go back and forth between figure and caption. STUDENT-FOCUSED BOXED : New Ask the Expert boxes written by CNN Nutrition and Fitness Expert Melina D. Jampolis, M.D. discuss important questions and answers about nutrition and fitness as related to chemistry; At the Counter boxes focus on drugs and products found on drugstore shelves and at the pharmacy; Chemistry Around Us boxes present everyday applications of chemistry; and updated Chemistry and Your Health boxes relate to students health and the health of the patients that they may care for in their future roles as a part of the allied health work force. A WEALTH OF END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES: The book s wide range of end-of-chapter exercises include Additional Exercises that are not tied to a specific section and often consist of problems that integrate several concepts and Chemistry for Thought exercises that focus on conceptual and cumulative questions and ask students to apply what they have learned to a particular cumulative question. ALLIED HEALTH CONNECTION: An Allied-Health Exam Connection section follows each chapter s endof-chapter exercises and includes chemistry questions found on entrance examinations used to screen applicants applying to Allied-Health professional programs. INTEGRATED LEARNING OBJECTIVES: The book s Learning Objectives are integrated throughout each chapter and within the summary to help students focus on the chapter s key skills and concepts. LEARNING CHECKS: These short, self-check exercises follow the book s worked-out examples and discussions of key or difficult concepts to help students assess their understanding. 1. Matter, Measurements, and Calculations. 2. Atoms and Molecules. 3. Electronic Structure and the Periodic Law. 4. Forces Between Particles. 5. Chemical Reactions. 6. The States of Matter. 7. Solutions and Colloids. 8. Reaction Rates and Equilibrium. 9. Acids, Bases, and Salts. 10. Radioactivity and Nuclear Processes. 11. Organic Compounds: Alkanes. 12. Unsaturated 13

16 Hydrocarbons. 13. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers. 14. Aldehydes and Ketones. 15. Carboxylic Acids and Esters. 16. Amines and Amides. 17. Carbohydrates. 18. Lipids. 19. Proteins. 20. Enzymes. 21. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 22. Nutrition and Energy for Life. 23. Carbohydrate Metabolism. 24. Lipid and Amino Acid Metabolism. 25. Body Fluids. Appendix A: The International System of Measurements. Appendix B: Answers to Even-Numbered End-of-Chapter Exercises. Appendix C: Solutions to Learning Checks. Glossary. Index. 2014, 528pp, Paperback, LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS FOR INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 8E Frederick A. Bettelheim, Adelphi University; Joseph M. Landesberg, Adelphi University The 48 experiments in this well-conceived manual illustrate important concepts and principles in general, organic, and biochemistry. As in previous editions, three basic goals guided the development of all the experiments: (1) the experiments illustrate the concepts learned in the classroom; (2) the experiments are clearly and concisely written so that students will easily understand the task at hand, will work with minimal supervision because the manual provides enough information on experimental procedures, and will be able to perform the experiments in a 2-1/2 hour laboratory period; and (3) the experiments are not only simple demonstrations, but also contain a sense of discovery. This edition includes many revised experiments and two new experiments. NEW TO THIS EDITION Many of the experiments have been updated. Two new experiments Beer s Law and Standard Curves, and Tyrosinase Enzyme Kinetics have been added. Many of the pre- and post-lab questions have been revised. The 48 experiments in this manual illustrate important concepts and principles in general, organic, and biochemistry. The experiments illustrate the concepts learned in the classroom, and are clearly and concisely written. The experiments are not only simple demonstrations, but also contain a sense of discovery. Experiment 1: Laboratory Techniques: Using the Laboratory Gas Burner; Making Laboratory Measurements Experiment 2: Density Determination Experiment 3: Separation of the Components of a Mixture Experiment 4: Resolution of a Mixture by Distillation Experimnet 5: The Empirical Formula of a Compound: The Law of Constant Composition Experiment 6: Determination of the Formula of a Metal Oxide Experiment 7: Classes of Chemical Reactions Experiment 8: Chemical Properties of Consumer Products Experiment 9: Calorimetry: The Determination of the Specific Heat of a Metal Experimment 10: Boyle s Law: The Pressure Volume Relationship of a Gas Experiment 11: Charles s Law: The Volume Temperature Relationship of a Gas Experiment 12: Properties of Gases: Determination of the Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Experiment 13: Physical Properties of Chemicals: Melting Point, Sublimation, and Boiling Point Experiment 14: Solubility and Solutions Experiment 15: Water of Hydration Experiment 16: Factors Affecting Reaction Rates Experiment 17: The Law of Chemical Equilibrium and Le Chatelier s Principle Experiment 18: ph and Buffer Solutions Experiment 19: Analysis of Vinegar by Titration Experiment 20: Analysis of Antacid Tablets Experiment 21: Structure in Organic Compounds: Use of Molecular Models. I Experiment 22: Stereochemistry: Use of Molecular Models. II Experiment 23: Column and Paper Chromatography: Separation of Plant Pigments Experiment 24: Classification and Identification of Hydrocarbons Experiment 25: Classification and Identification of Alcohols and Phenols Experiment 14

17 26: Classification and Identification of Aldehydes and Ketones Experiment 27: Properties of Carboxylic Acids and Esters Experiment 28: Properties of Amines and Amides Experiment 29: Polymerization Reactions Experiment 30: Preparation of Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin) Experiment 31: Isolation of Caffeine from Tea Leaves Experiment 32: Carbohydrates Experiment 33: Fermentation of a Carbohydrate:Ethanol from Sucrose Experiment 34: Preparation and Properties of a Soap Experiment 35: Preparation of a Hand Cream Experiment 36: Extraction and Identification of Fatty Acids from Corn Oil Experiment 37: Analysis of Lipids Experimnet 38: Separation of Amino Acids by Paper Chromatography Experiment 39: Acid Base Properties of Amino Acids Experiment 40: Isolation and Identification of Casein Experiment 41: Properties of Enzymes Experiment 42: Neurotransmission: An Example of Enzyme Specificity Experiment 43: Isolation and Identification of DNA from Onion Experiment 44: Viscosity and Secondary Structure of DNA Experiment 45: Beer s Law and Standard Curves Experiment 46: Tyrosinase Enzyme Kinetics Experiment 47: Quantitative Analysis of Vitamin C Contained in Foods Experiment 48: Analysis of Vitamin A in Margarine 2013, 656pp, Paperback, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 7E Spencer L. Seager, Weber State University; Michael R. Slabaugh, Weber State University Distinguished by its superior allied health focus and integration of technology, Seager and Slabaugh s ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 7e, International Edition continues to meet students needs through diverse applications, examples, boxes, and outstanding technology tools and now offers an updated and improved art program. Prompts throughout the new edition lead students to OWL (webbased learning system) two unique online programs that extend the lessons of the text and help students study smarter. In addition to the many resources found in CengageNOW and OWL, the book and website contain questions modeled after the Nursing School and Allied Health Entrance Exams. ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 7e, International Edition dispels students inherent fear of chemistry and instills an appreciation for the role chemistry plays in our daily lives through a rich pedagogical structure and an accessible writing style with lucid explanations. In addition, the book provides greater support in both problem-solving and critical-thinking skills the skills necessary for student success. By demonstrating the importance of chemistry concepts to students future careers and by providing important career information online, the authors not only help students set goals but also help them focus on achieving them. NEW TO THIS EDITION ALLIED HEALTH CONNECTION. An expanded Allied-Health Exam Connection section follows the exercises of each chapter and includes examples of chemistry questions found on typical entrance examinations used to screen applicants to Allied- Health professional programs. UPDATED ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM. In addition to adding many new photos to illustrate key concepts, explanations of figures are now incorporated into the art, rather than appearing in the caption, to help students follow processes and understand exactly what is happening within each figure without having to go back and forth between figure and caption. OWL ONLINE LEARNING INTEGRATION. The new edition now contains algorithmically generated versions of most of the end-of-chapters question from the text. NEW AND UPDATED BOXED. New At the Counter boxes focus on drugs and products found on drugstore shelves and at the pharmacy; Chemistry Around Us boxes present everyday applications of chemistry; and updated Chemistry and Your Health boxes relate to students health and the health of the patients that they may care for in their future roles as a part of the allied health work force. 15

18 NEW END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES. A significant number of the end-of-chapter questions are new. A WEALTH OF END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES. The book s wide range of end-of-chapter exercises include Additional Exercises that are not tied to a specific section and often consist of problems that integrate several concepts and Chemistry for Thought exercises that focus on conceptual and cumulative questions and ask students to apply what they have learned to a particular cumulative question. INTEGRATED LEARNING OBJECTIVES. The book s Learning Objectives are integrated throughout each chapter and within the summary to help students focus on the chapter s key skills and concepts. LEARNING CHECKS. These short, self-check exercises follow the book s worked-out examples and discussions of key or difficult concepts to help students assess their understanding. CONCEPT SUMMARY SECTIONS. These end-ofchapter sections summarize each chapter s key concepts and include one or two appropriate endof-chapter exercises per concept. By solving these exercises, students will have an approximate but quick assessment of how well they understand the Learning Objective related to that concept. HOW REACTIONS OCCUR SECTIONS. These sections present the mechanisms of representative organic reactions to help dispel the mystery of how these reactions take place. 1. Organic Compounds: Alkanes. 2. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. 3. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers. 4. Aldehydes and Ketones. 5. Carboxylic Acids and Esters. 6. Amines and Amides. 7. Carbohydrates. 8. Lipids. 9. Proteins. 10. Enzymes. 11. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 12. Nutrition and Energy for Life. 13. Carbohydrate Metabolism. 14. Lipid and Amino Acid Metabolism. 15. Body Fluids. Appendix A: The International System of Measurements. Appendix B: Answers to Even-Numbered End-of-Chapter Exercises. Appendix C: Solutions to Learning Checks. Glossary. Index. 2011, 512pp, Paperback, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 8E Spencer L. Seager, Weber State University; Michael R. Slabaugh, Weber State University Distinguished by its superior allied health focus and integration of technology, Seager and Slabaugh s ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY FOR TODAY, 8E, International Edition meets students needs through diverse applications, examples, boxes, interactive technology tools, and -- new to this edition -- real life case studies. The Eighth Edition dispels students inherent fear of chemistry and instills an appreciation for the role chemistry plays in our daily lives through a rich pedagogical structure and an accessible writing style with lucid explanations. In addition, the book provides greater support in both problem-solving and critical-thinking skills--the skills necessary for student success. By demonstrating the importance of chemistry concepts to students future careers, the authors not only help students set goals, but also help them focus on achieving them. NEW TO THIS EDITION CASE STUDIES AND CASE STUDY FOLLOW UPS: New Case Studies open each chapter with real life scenarios that students may encounter at home and at work. Each case study incorporates critical chemistry concepts from the chapter in an exciting real life scenario in which readers feel as if they are a part of the experience. The case studies require students to make a decision about what they would do if they were in that situation. A follow up to each Case Study appears at the end of each chapter. ASK THE EXPERT BOXES: Featured on both the book cover and woven throughout the text the Ask the Expert boxes begin with important questions about nutrition and fitness as related to chemistry- 16

19 -questions that students need to ask and need to know the answers to. The Ask the Expert questions and answers are written by CNN Doctor Melina D. Jampolis--one of the leading Nutrition and Fitness experts in the country. NEW END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES: A significant number of the end-of-chapter questions are new. ENHANCED OWL (ONLINE WEB LEARNING) INTEGRATION: For the Eighth Edition, OWL now includes more parameterized end-of-chapter questions, encouraging students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. OWL also includes Student Self-Assessments, Interactive Examples from the text, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, a customizable ipad-compatible multimedia ebook, and an optional Solutions Manual ebook. A UNIQUE AND INSTRUCTIVE ART PROGRAM: Talking Labels in the art itself walk students through each figure, pointing out what they need to see. Explanations of figures are incorporated into the art, rather than appearing in the caption, to help students follow processes and understand exactly what is happening within each figure without having to go back and forth between figure and caption. STUDENT-FOCUSED BOXED : New Ask the Expert boxes written by CNN Nutrition and Fitness Expert Melina D. Jampolis, M.D. discuss important questions and answers about nutrition and fitness as related to chemistry; At the Counter boxes focus on drugs and products found on drugstore shelves and at the pharmacy; Chemistry Around Us boxes present everyday applications of chemistry; and updated Chemistry and Your Health boxes relate to students health and the health of the patients that they may care for in their future roles as a part of the allied health work force. A WEALTH OF END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES: The book s wide range of end-of-chapter exercises include Additional Exercises that are not tied to a specific section and often consist of problems that integrate several concepts and Chemistry for Thought exercises that focus on conceptual and cumulative questions and ask students to apply what they have learned to a particular cumulative question. ALLIED HEALTH CONNECTION: An Allied-Health Exam Connection section follows each chapter s endof-chapter exercises and includes chemistry questions found on entrance examinations used to screen applicants applying to Allied-Health professional programs. INTEGRATED LEARNING OBJECTIVES: The book s Learning Objectives are integrated throughout each chapter and within the summary to help students focus on the chapter s key skills and concepts. LEARNING CHECKS: These short, self-check exercises follow the book s worked-out examples and discussions of key or difficult concepts to help students assess their understanding. 1. Organic Compounds: Alkanes. 2. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. 3. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers. 4. Aldehydes and Ketones. 5. Carboxylic Acids and Esters. 6. Amines and Amides. 7. Carbohydrates. 8. Lipids. 9. Proteins. 10. Enzymes. 11. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 12. Nutrition and Energy for Life. 13. Carbohydrate Metabolism. 14. Lipid and Amino Acid Metabolism. 15. Body Fluids. Appendix A: The International System of Measurements. Appendix B: Answers to Even-Numbered End-of-Chapter Exercises. Appendix C: Solutions to Learning Checks. Glossary. Index. 2014, 544pp, Paperback, ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 6E H. Stephen Stoker, Weber State University This text is comprised of Chapters of Stoker s, GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 6e. Like the longer book, ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL 17

20 CHEMISTRY, 6e emphasizes the applications of chemistry, minimizes complicated mathematics, and is written throughout to help students succeed in the course and master the biochemistry content that is so important to their future careers. The Six Edition s clear explanations, visual support, and effective pedagogy combine to make the text ideal for allied health majors. NEW TO THIS EDITION Several new Chemistry At-A-Glance boxes covering critical chemistry concepts have been added to this edition. New Chemical Connection Boxes covering a variety of topics that relate chemistry to our everyday lives! Heavily revised art and photography program. Talking labels have been added to many of the illustrations these labels help students understand the concepts being discussed in the figure. New questions and problems have been added to the end of chapter question/problem sets including a new type of problem that is related to the Chemical Connection boxes the new questions are identified with an icon. Up to date coverage throughout the text, but especially the biochemistry chapters. Biochemistry is an ever changing field and the new edition has been updated with the latest information in that field. OWL and Youbook: OWL now includes more parameterized end-of-chapter questions, encouraging students to practice multiple questions of the same type with different chemicals, wording, and numbers to ensure their mastery of the underlying chemical concepts. Also includes Student Self Assessments, the interactive customizable Cengage YouBook, and an optional Solutions Manual ebook. Chemistry at-a-glance features provide brief visual summaries of core chapter concepts to help students visualize difficult material. Chemical Connection Boxes show chemistry as it relates to everyday life, highlighting its relevance to students future careers in the health and environmental fields. A wide range of examples throughout the book help students improve their problem-solving skills. Look-back, look-forward marginal notes show students where General, Organic, and Biochemistry topics connect. Part I: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 1. Saturated Hydrocarbons Organic and Inorganic Compounds. Bonding Characteristics of the Carbon Atom. Hydrocarbons and Hydrocarbon Derivatives. Alkanes: Acyclic Saturated Hydrocarbons. Structural Formulas. Alkane Isomerism. Conformations of Alkanes. IUPAC Nomenclature for Alkanes. Line-Angle Formulas for Alkanes. Classification of Carbon Atoms. Branched-Chain Alkyl Groups. Cycloalkanes. IUPAC Nomenclature for Cycloalkanes. Isomerism in Cycloalkanes. Sources of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Physical Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Chemical Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Chemistry at a Glance: Properties of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes. Nomenclature and Properties of Halogenated Alkanes. Chemical Connections: The Occurrence of Methane; The Physiological Effects of Alkanes; Chlorofluorocarbons and the Ozone Layer. 2. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. Characteristics of Alkenes and Cycloalkenes. Names for Alkenes and Cycloalkenes. Line-Angle Formulas for Alkenes. Isomerism in Alkenes. Naturally Occurring Alkenes. Physical Properties of Alkenes. Chemical Reactions of Alkenes. Polymerization of Alkenes: Addition Polymers. Alkynes. Chemistry at a Glance: Chemical Reactions of Alkenes. Chemistry at a Glance: IUPAC Nomenclature for Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes. Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Names for Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Physical Properties and Sources. Chemical Reactions of Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Fused-Ring Aromatic Compounds. Chemical Connections: Ethene: A Plant Hormone and High-Volume Industrial Chemical; Cis-Trans Isomerism and Vision; Carotenoids: A Source of Color; Fused-Ring Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Cancer. 3. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers Bonding Characteristics of Oxygen Atoms in Organic Compounds. Structural Characteristics of Alcohols. Nomenclature for Alcohols. Isomerism for Alcohols. Important Commonly Encountered Alcohols. Physical Properties of Alcohols. Preparation of Alcohols. Classification of Alcohols. Chemical Reactions of Alcohols. Chemistry at a Glance: Summary of Chemical Reactions Involving Alcohols. Polymeric Alcohols. Structural Characteristics of Phenols. Nomenclature for Phenols. Physical and Chemical Properties of Phenols. Occurrence of and Uses for Phenols. Structural 18

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