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Exploring Life Through Science Series: General Chemistry 1 and 2

General Chemistry 1 and 2 are introductory courses to chemistry for Senior High School. They cover the basic concepts and principles about matter.

Aristea V. Bayquen and Gardee T. Peña

Level/s: Senior High

  • General Chemistry 1 presents the different properties and classifications of matter and the chemical reactions they undergo. General Chemistry 2 focuses on chemical kinetics, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, and chemical equilibria.
  • The books contain descriptive visuals and images to help facilitate better and easier understanding of the concepts. They cite scientists who pioneered the different chemical principles and theories.
  • They also feature various science-related careers, notable Filipino scientists, and practical applications to develop appreciation for chemistry.
  • End-of-chapter exercises are provided to test understanding of the concepts presented.



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