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General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life Hardcover – Nov 6 2001
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From the Back Cover
General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry provides a readable, uncomplicated and accessible introduction to those in allied health and other fields who have little or no background in chemistry. The author uses the same style and integrated pedagogy that have made her one-semester book so successful, balancing technical accuracy and everyday examples to help chemistry come to life for readers. For college instructors and students.
About the Author
Karen C. Timberlake is a Professor of Chemistry at Los Angeles Valley College where she has taught chemistry for over 30 years. She has been writing textbooks for more than 20 years and was the regional winner of the 1985 Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Chemical Manufacturers Association. Her educational interests include the investigation, development, and utilization of teaching methods that successfully impact the learning of chemistry. She has provided numerous workshops on student-centered learning strategies for teaching chemistry over the last decade. For ten years, she has been a visiting professor at UCLA where she has taught a preparatory class using non-traditional teaching methods.
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Overall, it will work, but having so many pages not actually attached to the spine is going to get annoying.