The Chemistry of Life: An Inorganic Perspective


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The Chemistry of Life: An Inorganic Perspective
10113011011303The Chemistry of Life: An Inorganic Perspective
Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Bonding All matter is built up of simple units called atoms. Although the word atom means something that cannot be cut (a = “without,” tom = “cut”), these elementary particles are actually made up of many smaller parts, which are themselves further divisible. Elements are substances that consist of the same kinds of atoms.
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George H. Fried; George J. Hademenos: Schaum's Outline of Biology, Fourth Edition. The Chemistry of Life: An Inorganic Perspective, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export