Free download 30 Second Chemistry by Nivaldo Tro
The 50 most elemental concepts in chemistry, each explained in half a minute
Authors of: 30 Second Chemistry by Nivaldo Tro
Jeff C. Bryan
Glen E. Rodgers
Ali O. Sezer
John B. Vincent
Table of Contents in 30 Second Chemistry by Nivaldo Tro
Atoms, Molecules & Compounds
Matter is Made of Particles
The Structure of the Atom
Inside the Atom
Where Did Atoms Come From?
The Dual Nature of the Electron
Where Electrons Are within an Atom
Bonding Atoms Together
Profile: John Dalton
The Lewis Model for Chemical Bonding
Valence Bond & Molecular Orbital Theories
States of Matter
The Forces That Hold Matter Together
The Gaseous State
The Liquid State
The Solid State
Profile: Robert Boyle
Chemical Reactions & Energetics
Combustion Reactions & Energy Sources
Neutralizing: Acids & Bases
Creating Solids: Precipitation Reactions
Using Chemistry to Generate ElectricityReaction Rates & Chemical Kinetics
Profile: Humphry Davy
Energy & the First Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy & the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy & the Third Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy & Spontaneous Processes
The Uniqueness Principle
Transition Metal Catalysts
Profile: Mario Molina
Carbon: It’s Not Just for Pencils
Organic Chemistry & Vitalism
Aldehydes, Ketones & Esters
Carboxylic Acids & Amines
Profile: Friedrich Wöhler
Chemistry Copying Nature
Amino Acids & Proteins
Profile: Anna Jane Harrison
The Biological Blueprint: Nucleic Acids
Biotech Drug SynthesisNuclear Chemistry
Splitting the Atom
Nuclear Weight Loss
The Effffect of Radiation on Life
Profile: Otto Hahn
Notes on Contributors
“30 Second Chemistry” by Nivaldo Tro begins with an introduction, delving into the fundamental concepts of atoms, molecules, and compounds. A comprehensive glossary is provided to aid readers in understanding key terms. The book explores the concept that matter is composed of particles, moving on to discuss the intricate structure of the atom and its internal components.
The journey continues by investigating the origins of atoms and exploring the dual nature of electrons. The spatial distribution of electrons within an atom is examined, leading to an exploration of periodic patterns and the bonding of atoms. A profile of John Dalton, a prominent figure in the field, is presented to offer insight into his contributions.
The Lewis Model for Chemical Bonding and Valence Bond & Molecular Orbital Theories are introduced to illuminate different perspectives on bonding. The book touches on the attractive forces that hold matter together, encompassing the gaseous, liquid, and solid states of matter. A profile of Robert Boyle provides historical context and perspective.
The exploration extends to ceramics, solutions, and the energetics of chemical reactions. A detailed examination of chemical equations, combustion reactions, and energy sources follows. The neutralization of acids and bases, the creation of solids through precipitation reactions, and the utilization of chemistry in electricity generation are all discussed.
The book delves into reaction rates and chemical kinetics, featuring a profile of Humphry Davy. Energy principles, including the First, Second, and Third Laws of Thermodynamics, are explored along with the concept of entropy and its relation to spontaneous processes.
Inorganic chemistry is introduced, highlighting the Uniqueness Principle, color, cluster chemistry, and transition metal catalysts. A profile of Mario Molina is included to provide a personal perspective on the subject. The versatile nature of carbon, nanotechnology, and the principles of organic chemistry are addressed, featuring a glossary for clarity.
Organic chemistry explores vitalism, hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, esters, and carboxylic acids and amines. The book profiles Friedrich Wöhler and examines how chemistry imitates nature through polymers and biochemistry. A glossary aids in understanding carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, and proteins.
A profile of Anna Jane Harrison precedes the exploration of nucleic acids and biotech drug synthesis. Nuclear chemistry is introduced through concepts such as radioactivity, splitting the atom, nuclear weight loss, and the effects of radiation on life. A profile of Otto Hahn sheds light on his contributions to the field, and the application of nuclear medicine is discussed.
The book concludes with appendices, resources, notes on contributors, an index, and acknowledgments, providing a comprehensive and organized guide to the fascinating world of chemistry.
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