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Chemistry Explained: Foundations and Applications

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Chemistry Explained: Foundations and Applications

Publisher: Advameg, Inc.

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A valuable source of fundamental information for research reports, science fair projects, classroom demonstrations, and other activities. It will be an interesting source of information about the building blocks of nature for those who simply want to know more about the elements.

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