General Chemistry
General Chemistry

General Chemistry

Lead Author(s): FRANKLIN OW

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Accompanying question bank totalling 100 questions for every chapter.

About this textbook

Lead Authors

Dr. Franklin Ow, Ph.DUniversity of California, Los Angeles

Franklin Ow is currently an Associate Professor at East Los Angeles College, teaching introductory, general, and organic chemistry. He received his B.S (1997) and Ph.D (2007) from the University of California, Los Angeles. He also lectures at UCLA and Occidental College, teaching general, organic, and inorganic chemistry.

Contributing Authors

Greg DomskiAugustana College

Charles AtwoodUniversity of Utah

Lisa CapriottiThe Citadel Military College

Tsun-Mei ChangUniversity of Wisconsin

Paul CooperGeorge Mason University

Sherif MoussaVirginia Commonwealth University

Chris FellowsUniversity of New England

Carrie MillerAzusa Pacific University

James RossEast Los Angeles College

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