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Chemistry for Kids
   The Atomic Structure
   Charges and Mass

by Lex Sharp


Chemistry for Kids, The Atomic Structure

Charges and Mass


Conceptual Learning

Sharp Series

Author: Lex Sharp



Released: March 23, 2018

Language: English

Publisher: Fields of Code Inc.

Formats: Amazon Kindle Textbook, Paperback

Length: 174 pages



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This book is meant for students grades 6 and higher. It addresses concepts that are critical to the understanding of the inner structure of the atom, which lays the foundation for appreciating how elements behave in chemical reactions. The text has been integrated with colorful images that help engage the visual with the conceptual. No prerequisites are necessary.


A few mathematical chapters were infused into the book to support younger learners with the necessary mathematical background to succeed.


To get the most from this book, students should summarize each chapter and rehearse the concepts. Attempting to work independently through all problems at the end of the book is beneficial only before reading the solutions.


When solving problems, one can be sure the chemical principles presented were well understood. Restricting oneself to only reading is incomplete learning.


The series walks learners gradually and conceptually through the chemical and particle physics theories that are meant to jumpstart a more profound scientific understanding.



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