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The Ultimate Chemical Equations Handbook—Teacher Edition

Authors: George R. Hague, Jr., St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dallas, TX, and Jane D. Smith, Centennial High School, Frisco, TX

Item #: AP7479

Price: $44.00

The Ultimate Chemical Equations Handbook is new and revised, offering thorough, comprehensive examples and exercises that provide continuous reinforcement to improve students’ chemical literacy skills.

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New and totally revised second edition of the “bible of chemical equations!” This popular book is a must-have for every AP Chemistry student. Both the student and teacher editions have been updated to reflect the most recent changes to the AP Chemistry Exam and, in particular, to the Equations section of the test. Written by two respected high school AP Chemistry teachers, the handbook is a compilation of years of experience and expertise. Thorough, comprehensive and in-depth examples and practice exercises provide continuous reinforcement to improve your students’ chemical literacy skills. The book is also an invaluable resource for pre-AP review and summer prep activities.


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Teacher Edition contains the entire student text, teacher notes for each chapter and answers to all questions and equations. Updated reaction prediction section consists of 25 realistic, AP-style practice sets with five sample chemical reactions (test questions) each. Each example includes the now standard follow-up question that students must answer concerning the reaction (e.g., identify the oxidizing agent, is the final solution acidic, basic or neutral). Appendix contains a 50-year collection of AP-type Chemistry Equations—amazing! Don’t teach AP Chemistry without this book! 2010, 8½" × 11". Spiral-bound, 214 pages.

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