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[enquiry] Is this Chemistry book good?
« on: 24/05/2008 05:30:55 »
A-Level Chemistry - Core Text Fourth Edition: Core Text
by Eileen Ramsden



Which is the best?

Thanks.



 

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[enquiry] Is this Chemistry book good?
« Reply #1 on: 18/06/2008 19:51:41 »
Ramsden is usually pretty good, I used the GCSE book to tutor some kids that had only done combined science and wanted to do A-level chemistry. She explains things vert well. For a more thorough study try Chemistry in Context by Hill and Holman, Nelson books ISBN 0-17-438401-7. If you are still stuggling with the concept of the Mole then I have the perfect book...Moles, a survival guide for GCSE Chemistry by Kieth Brown (Cambridge Education.) It might be out of print but if you can find a copy it will see you through your A-levels and beyond. ISBN 0-521-31298-1.

Hope this helps. With books, I always say buy as many as you can afford.
 

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