This course is about 50 per cent laboratory-based, and features decision-making activities which give students practice in applying their chemistry knowledge in realistic decision-making situations. Concepts are presented on a "need-to-know" basis, allowing students to experience the use and application of their chemistry learning. Because of the nature of the issues covered in the specific units, students learn more organic and biochemistry than in traditional courses, as well as some environmental and industrial chemistry.

Chemistry in the Community 2000, W.H. Freeman & Company, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9780716735519

4th edition