Introductory Physical Science - Uri Haber-Schaim, Peter Gendel, H.Graden Kirksey, Harold A. Pratt & Robert D. Stair

Introductory Physical Science

By Uri Haber-Schaim, Peter Gendel, H.Graden Kirksey, Harold A. Pratt & Robert D. Stair

  • Release Date: 2010-07-02
  • Genre: Chemistry
Book Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Book Review and summary Introductory Physical Science Uri Haber-Schaim, Peter Gendel, H.Graden Kirksey, Harold A. Pratt & Robert D. Stair

It is not hard to see why Introductory Physical Science is unique! No other physical science program has been able to duplicate the experiment-based, developmental approach taken by IPS. It is truly the gold standard in inquiry-based physical science!

Topics:
   Volume and Mass
   Mass Changes in Closed Systems
   Characteristic Properties
   Solubility
   The Separation of Mixtures
   Compounds and Elements
   Radioactivity
   The Atomic Model of Matter
   Molecular Motion
   Classification of Elements: Periodic Table
   Sizes and Masses of Molecules and Atoms
   Heating and Cooling
   Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy
   Forces and Motion (including Newton’s Laws)

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    Nothing else is in the same league as this fine text. It is actually a whole program. This text goes hand in hand with the experiments within, they must be done concurrently for the text to make sense. Not easy, but so worth the effort!!

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