Dr. Richard Moog is a professor of physical chemistry at Franklin & Marshall College
Dr. Richard Moog is a professor of physical chemistry at Franklin & Marshall College.
This book made my life a living hell for 10 weeks. The format is very confusing with the authors showing you the wrong way to go about learning a concept AND THEN telling you the the correct way.
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Designed to be used with Spencer, Rickard, and Bodner's Chemistry: A Guided Inquiry is filled with activities that get students actively engaged in the material. These activites train students to examine data, written descriptions, and figures to develop important chemical concepts for themselves.
Chemistry: A Guided Inquiry.
Each activity is followed by a series of Critical Thinking Questions, which lead students through the thought process that results in the construction of a particular concept or idea. Finally, students work on Skill Development Exercises and Problems that reinforce key ideas developed in class and enable them to practice applying those ideas to new situations.