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Chemistry Foundations and Applications by J. J. Lagowski D-J 2 (Informative)

Chemistry Foundations and Applications by J. J. Lagowski D-J 2 (Informative)

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Authors of: Chemistry Foundations and Applications by J. J. Lagowski D-J 2

 

J. J. Lagowski

Alton J. Banks

Thomas A. Holme

Doris K. Kolb

Herbert Silber

 

Table of Contents in Chemistry Foundations and Applications by J. J. Lagowski D-J 2

CAT Scans

Catalysis and Catalysts Richard Pagni University of Tennessee

Cavendish, Henry Lydia Scratch

Cellulose Matthew Fisher St. Vincent College

Ceramics Loretta L. Jones University of Northern Colorado

Cerium Lea B. Zinner

Cesium Nathan Barrows University of Northern Colorado

Chadwick, James

Chalcogens

Chappelle, Emmett Todd Whitcombe University of Northern British Columbia

Chardonnet, Hilaire Lydia Scratch

Charles, Jacques David Dobberpuhl Creighton University

Chemical Engineering Reginald P. T. Tomkins New Jersey Institute of Technology

Chemical Informatics Bartow Culp Purdue University

Chemical Reactions James Birk Arizona State University

Chemiluminescence Donald H. Stedman Ph.D. University of Denver

Chemistry and Energy Peter Atkins University of Oxford

Chemotherapy David A. Juckett Barros Research Institute

Chevreul, Michel Larry Brannigan

Chirality Brian P. Coppola University of Michigan

Chlorine John Michael Nicovich Georgia Institute of Technology

Cholecalciferol David Speckhard Loras College

Cholesterol Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

Chromium David Dobberpuhl Creighton University

Chromosome David Speckhard Loras College

Cleaning Solutions

Cleve, Per Theodor Ole Bostrup

Clones Vivienne Whitworth Ryerson Polytechnic University

Coal Anthony Stranges Texas A&M University

Cobalt C. Graham Smith

Codon William Scovell Bowling Green State University

Coenzyme Paul A. Craig Rochester Institute of Technology

Cofactor Paul A. Craig Rochester Institute of Technology.Collagen Matthew Fisher St. Vincent College

Colligative Properties

Colloids

Combinatorial Chemistry Bartow Culp Purdue University

Computational Chemistry Frank Rioux Ph.D. St. John’s University

Concentration Gradient Joseph Bariyanga University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Coordination Compounds Michael Laing University of Natal

Copper Ken Geremia Copper Development Association, Inc.

Cori, Carl and Gerty Robert Griffith West Virginia University

Corrosion F. Javier Botana Universidad de Cadiz

Cortisone Thomas Holme University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Cosmetics John Castro

Cottrell, Fredrick Lyman R. Caswell

Coulomb, Charles Todd Whitcombe University of Northern British Columbia

Crick, Francis Valerie Borek

Crookes, William

Cryogenics Ray Radebaugh NIST

Curie, Marie Mary S. Creese

Curie, Pierre Mary S. Creese

Curium Carolyn Anderson Washington University School of Medicine

Dalton, John Peter Childs University of Limerick

Davy, Humphry Frank James The Royal Institution

deBroglie, Louis Richard Rice

Democritus David Bassett

Denaturation Thomas Holme University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Deoxyribonucleic Acid Neena Grover Colorado College

Detergents Ronni Wolf MD. Kaplan Medical Center

Dewar, James Frank James The Royal Institution

Di-saccharides Stephanie Dew Centre College

Digital X-ray Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

Disposable Diapers Catherine H. Banks Peace College

DNA Replication William Scovell Bowling Green State University

Doisy, Edward Valerie Borek

Dopamine Jennifer Powers Kennesaw State University

Double Helix Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

du Pont, Eleuthere Irenee David Bassett

Dyes Anthony Travis The Hebrew University

Dysprosium Jean-Claude Bunzli Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Ehrlich, Paul Robert Griffith West Virginia University

Einstein, Albert Todd Whitcombe University of Northern British Columbia

Einsteinium Darleane Hoffman.Electrochemistry Cindy Zoski Georgia State University

Electronic Materials

Elion, Gertrude Belle Mary S. Creese

Endorphins Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

Energy Peter Atkins University of Oxford

Energy Sources and Production H. Eugene LeMay, Jr. University of Nevada

Environmental Pollution

Enzymes C. Larry Bering Clarion University

Epinephrine C. Larry Bering Clarion University

Equations, Chemical Conrad L. Stanitski Ph.D. University of Central Arkansas

Equilibrium Diane Bunce Catholic University of America

Erbium Koen Binnemans Catholic University of Leuven

Estrogen (Estradiol) William Scovell Bowling Green State University

Ethics Brian P. Coppola University of Michigan

Europium Jean-Claude Bunzli Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Explosions J. Reed Welker University of Arkansas

Fahrenheit, Gabriel Todd Whitcombe University of Northern British Columbia

Faraday, Michael Frank James The Royal Institution

Fats and Fatty Acids Jerry L. Sarquis Ph.D. Miami University

Fermi, Enrico David Sicilia University of Maryland

Fermium Darleane Hoffman

Fertilizer Joseph Bariyanga University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Fibers

Fibrous Protein Joyce Diwan Science Center, Troy, NY

Fire: Fireworks, Fuels, Power Plants

Fischer, Emil Martin Saltzman Providence College

Fleming, Alexander Tom Zydowsky

Fluorine Suzanne T. Purrington North Carolina State University

Food Preservatives Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

Forensic Chemistry Dan Sullivan University of Nebraska at Omaha

Formulation chemistry Robert Lochhead University of Southern Mississippi

Fossil Fuels Mary L. Sohn Ph.D. Florida Institute of Technology

Francium Nathan Barrows University of Northern Colorado

Franklin, Rosalind Nancy Hopkins Rutgers University

Freons Erwin Boschmann Ph.D. Indiana University

Fullerenes

Funk, Casimir Valerie Borek

Gadolin, Johan Ole Bostrup

Gadolinium Koen Binnemans Catholic University of Leuven

Gallium

Gardening Robert P. Patterson North Carolina State University.Gases A. M. Halpern Indiana State University

Gasoline Bruce Beaver Ph.D. Duquesne University

Gay-Lussac, Joseph David Dobberpuhl Creighton University

Geieger, Hans Valerie Borek

Gem Stones

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