Bridge the macroscopic–microscopic divide with a witty and clever book that answers questions like: What was the first chemical reaction to impress humans? Why does carbon get its own branch of chemistry? Starting with the “first” reaction, fire, and ending with the basics of organic chemistry, this book will guide your students to a clear understanding of what is going on at the molecular level. The Cartoon Guide to Chemistry will also help your students understand chemistry concepts such as thermodynamics, electrochemistry, solutions, equilibrium, chemical reactions, and much more in a fun and entertaining way! Includes a 5-page index and an appendix about using logarithms. 2005, 249, 7-1/4” x 9-1/4”, soft cover.