Progressive Problems in General Chemistry (Classic Reprint)
The application of the principles of a science is the surest test of their understanding. The more thoroughly students are drilled with Problems, the surer is the teacher that his work has been worth while. To save time, and such is recognized as a distinct factor in modern pedagogy, problems from many sources have been brought together in this book. They have been taken from college examinations (American, European, and Australian), regents' examinations, College Entrance Examination Board papers, text books of all kinds, and such books dealing especially with chemical problems, arithmetic, or calculations as those of Thorpe, Tate, Foye, Waddell, Taylor, Miller, Hale, Dennis, Carpenter, Lupton, Talbot, etc. Many original problems have also been incorporated. If the student has successfully solved two hundred selected problems from this list, it may be safely said that he has acquired a fairly sound comprehension of the basic principles of chemistry.
No attempt is made to incorporate these principles, for they are gone into in the presentation of the subject, whatever text may be used or whatever method be pursued. A type series, however, is given in Chapter XIV. The number of problems is sufficiently great to admit of the use of the book a number of years before solutions of the problems may be handed down from one class to another.
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