Atoms First General Chemistry
Atoms First General Chemistry

Atoms First General Chemistry

Lead Author(s): Greg Domski

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This book helps students understand atoms, ions, and molecules conceptually before they encounter the topics of stoichiometry, kinetics, and thermodynamics.

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About this textbook

Lead Authors

Greg Domski, Ph.DAugustana College, Illinois

Greg Domski received his M.S (2005) and Ph.D (2008) in Inorganic chemistry from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. He is currently an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Augustana College in Illinois, teaching General, Organic and Inorganic chemistry. His research interest include the development of novel binuclear donor-functionalized N-heterocyclic carbene transition metal complexes for transfer hydrogenation catalysis and the development of transition metal-based olefin polymerization catalysts. Greg also works closely with his students in developing their research and presenting their findings.

Contributing Authors

Sam AlvaradoUniversity of Wisconsin – River Falls

Ginger ReddNorth Carolina A&T State University

Amanda WilmsmeyerAugustana College

Henry KurtzUniversity of Memphis

Brad WileOhio Northern University

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