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Chemical Dynamics by J.B. Dence, H.B. Gray, G.S. Hammond

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Chemical Dynamics
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Publisher: W. A. Benjamin, Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: B000J0Q1GI
Number of pages: 193

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Chemical dynamics - the systematic study of reactions and reactivity - is the most fascinating part of the freshman chemistry. Its early introduction forms a solid foundation for later study. The book is intended for students who have had introductory stoichiometry, energetics, and structure at the level of a modern freshman textbook.

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