Thinking Chemistry GCSE Edition by Michael Lewis, Guy Waller
  

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Thinking Chemistry GCSE Edition by Michael Lewis, Guy Waller

Thinking Chemistry covers material in a unique and highly visual way. At every stage, the student is encouraged to think and understand, rather than simply memorize the facts. The key concepts of chemistry are developed through analysis of experimental evidence in the first four sections of the book, and in the fifth and sixth sections these concepts provide a framework for organizing the descriptive chemistry of the elements. Social environmental, economic, and technological applications of chemistry are emphasized throughout. It is highly illustrated with excellent diagrams and many photographs.

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A beautifully clear, logical and visually interesting book... I would recommend it to any teacher of Chemistry Education in Chemistry

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Format

Paperback
416 pages

Author

Michael Lewis, Guy Waller
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Publisher


www.oup.com

Publication date

27th November 1986

ISBN

9780199142576


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