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Vörumerki: McGrawHill
Vörunúmer: 9781260569476
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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Skills
  • Copyright
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Connect
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1 What Is Science?
    • 1.1 Objects and Properties
    • 1.2 Quantifying Properties
    • 1.3 Measurement Systems
    • 1.4 Standard Units for the Metric System
    • 1.5 Metric Prefixes
    • 1.6 Understandings from Measurements
    • 1.7 The Nature of Science
    • Summary
    • Key Terms
    • Applying the Concepts
    • Questions for Thought
    • For Further Analysis
    • Invitation to Inquiry
    • Parallel Exercises
  • PHYSICS
    • 2 Motion
      • 2.1 Describing Motion
      • 2.2 Measuring Motion
      • 2.3 Horizontal Motion on Land
      • 2.4 Falling Objects
      • 2.5 Compound Motion
      • 2.6 Three Laws of Motion
      • 2.7 Momentum
      • 2.8 Forces and Circular Motion
      • 2.9 Newton’s Law of Gravitation
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 3 Energy
      • 3.1 Work
      • 3.2 Motion, Position, and Energy
      • 3.3 Energy Flow
      • 3.4 Energy Sources Today
      • 3.5 Energy Sources Tomorrow
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 4 Heat and Temperature
      • 4.1 The Kinetic Molecular Theory
      • 4.2 Temperature
      • 4.3 Heat
      • 4.4 Energy, Heat, and Molecular Theory
      • 4.5 Thermodynamics
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 5 Wave Motions and Sound
      • 5.1 Forces and Elastic Materials
      • 5.2 Waves
      • 5.3 Describing Waves
      • 5.4 Sound Waves
      • 5.5 Energy of Waves
      • 5.6 Sources of Sounds
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 6 Electricity
      • 6.1 Concepts of Electricity
      • 6.2 Electric Current
      • 6.3 Magnetism
      • 6.4 Electric Currents and Magnetism
      • 6.5 Electromagnetic Induction
      • 6.6 Circuit Connections
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 7 Light
      • 7.1 Sources of Light
      • 7.2 Properties of Light
      • 7.3 Evidence for Waves
      • 7.4 Evidence for Particles
      • 7.5 The Present Theory
      • 7.6 Relativity
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
  • CHEMISTRY
    • 8 Atoms and Periodic Properties
      • 8.1 Atomic Structure Discovered
      • 8.2 The Bohr Model
      • 8.3 Quantum Mechanics
      • 8.4 Electron Configuration
      • 8.5 The Periodic Table
      • 8.6 Metals, Nonmetals, and Semiconductors
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 9 Chemical Bonds
      • 9.1 Compounds and Chemical Change
      • 9.2 Valence Electrons and Ions
      • 9.3 Chemical Bonds
      • 9.4 Bond Polarity
      • 9.5 Composition of Compounds
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 10 Chemical Reactions
      • 10.1 Chemical Formulas
      • 10.2 Chemical Equations
      • 10.3 Types of Chemical Reactions
      • 10.4 Information from Chemical Equations
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 11 Water and Solutions
      • 11.1 Household Water
      • 11.2 Properties of Water
      • 11.3 Properties of Water Solutions
      • 11.4 Acids, Bases, and Salts
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 12 Organic Chemistry
      • 12.1 Organic Compounds
      • 12.2 Hydrocarbons
      • 12.3 Petroleum
      • 12.4 Hydrocarbon Derivatives
      • 12.5 Organic Compounds of Life
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 13 Nuclear Reactions
      • 13.1 Natural Radioactivity
      • 13.2 Measurement of Radiation
      • 13.3 Nuclear Energy
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
  • ASTRONOMY
    • 14 The Universe
      • 14.1 The Night Sky
      • 14.2 Stars
      • 14.3 Galaxies
      • 14.4 The Universe
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 15 The Solar System
      • 15.1 Planets Near the Sun
      • 15.2 Planets Far from the Sun
      • 15.3 Small Bodies of the Solar System
      • 15.4 Origin of the Solar System
      • 15.5 Ideas About the Solar System
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 16 Earth in Space
      • 16.1 Shape and Size of Earth
      • 16.2 Motions of Earth
      • 16.3 Place and Time
      • 16.4 The Moon
      • 16.5 The Earth-Moon System
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
  • EARTH SCIENCE
    • 17 Rocks and Minerals
      • 17.1 Solid Earth Materials
      • 17.2 Minerals
      • 17.3 Mineral-Forming Processes
      • 17.4 Rocks
      • 17.5 The Rock Cycle
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 18 Plate Tectonics
      • 18.1 History of Earth’s Interior
      • 18.2 Earth’s Internal Structure
      • 18.3 Theory of Plate Tectonics
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 19 Building Earth’s Surface
      • 19.1 Interpreting Earth’s Surface
      • 19.2 Earth’s Changing Features
      • 19.3 Earthquakes
      • 19.4 Origin of Mountains
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 20 Shaping Earth’s Surface
      • 20.1 Weathering, Erosion, and Transportation
      • 20.2 Weathering
      • 20.3 Soils
      • 20.4 Erosion
      • 20.5 Development of Landscapes
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 21 Geologic Time
      • 21.1 Fossils
      • 21.2 Reading Rocks
      • 21.3 Geologic Time
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 22 The Atmosphere of Earth
      • 22.1 The Atmosphere
      • 22.2 The Winds
      • 22.3 Water and the Atmosphere
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 23 Weather and Climate
      • 23.1 Clouds and Precipitation
      • 23.2 Weather Producers
      • 23.3 Weather Forecasting
      • 23.4 Climate Change
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
    • 24 Earth’s Waters
      • 24.1 Water on Earth
      • 24.2 Seawater
      • 24.3 The Ocean Floor
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Applying the Concepts
      • Questions for Thought
      • For Further Analysis
      • Invitation to Inquiry
      • Parallel Exercises
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Appendix C
  • Appendix D
  • Appendix E
  • Index
  • IBC

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