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Case Studies in Systems Chemistry

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George Fleck, Northampton, Massachusetts

Copyright Year: 1973

Publisher: Smith College Open Educational Resources: Textbooks

Language: English

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Table of Contents

  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Systems Chemistry: Putting it All Together
  • Taking it Apart, versus Putting it Together: Implications for the Chemistry Curriculum
  • Concepts of Systems Chemistry
  • Carboxylic Acid Equilibria
    • Chapter 1. Titration of a Mononprotic Acid
    • Chapter 2. Titration of a Diprotic Acid
    • Chapter 3. Polyprotic Acid Equilibria
  • Appendices 
    • Appendix I. Programming for the Plotter
    • Appendix II. National Bureau of Standards Buffers for Calibrating a pH Meter

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  • About the Book

    This publication was produced as a teaching tool for college chemistry.The book is a text for a computer-based unit on the chemistry of acid-base titrations, and is designed for use with FORTRAN or systems, and with a programmable electronic calculator, in a variety of educational settings. The text attempts to present computer programs that are relatively free of reliance on specialized large computer systems programs. The case-study approach presented is highly research and laboratory oriented. Similar subject matter is conventionally taught in most introductory college chemistry courses, but this text material attempts greater depth of instruction through utilization of the computational resources of a computer.

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    George Fleck, Department of Chemistry at Smith College

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