Nuh Özdin, Ali Serhat Öz, Hasan Karabürk, "History of the Atom the Periodic Table and Radioactivity"
2009 | ISBN: 9789752662100, 9752662102 | 108 pages | PDF | 4 MB
Chemistry is an interesting and fundamental branch of science because it gives us the chance to explain the secrets of nature. What is water? What
do we use in our cars as fuel? What is aspirin? What are perfumes made of?
These kinds of questions and their answers are all part of the world of chemistry. There is no industry that does not depend upon chemical
substances: the petroleum, pharmaceuticals, garment, aircraft, steel and electronics industries, for example, as well as agriculture, all utilize the
science of chemistry. This book helps everyone to understand nature.
However, one does not need to be a chemist or scientist to understand the simplicity within the complexity around us.
The aim was to write a modern, up-to-date book where students and teachers can get concise information about the structure of substances.
Sometimes reactions are given in detailed form, but, in general, excessive detail has been omitted. The book is designed to introduce fundamental knowledge in three areas: the history of the atom, the periodic table and radioactivity. We will study the historical development of atomic structure theories, the tendencies of elements in periods and groups, and the types of emissions and uses of radioactivity.