Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity by John C. KotzAfter two years of having this in my currently reading shelf, I think I am finally going to sideline it, at least for the time being.
My goal was to read the entire book and do every problem in the book as penance for never doing any problems in college. Somehow (by the use of multiple choice questions and humongous classes with ridiculous curves)I got through two semesters of college chemistry by never solving a single problem, taking educated guesses on all exams, and still passing...the very thought of the it blows me away. So for penance years later, I thought I should work every single problem in the book. Well after getting though half the book I realized how easy it would have been to ace and understand chemistry, if I had only cared enough at the time to crack the book. Unfortunately when my momentum was carrying me forward happily toward my goal, I reached the middle of the book, at which point I decided I would take a summer/semester break myself, and return to it when the weather turned again. But my momentum being lost, as well as my sons nap time, I never did get back into it. I do have the confidence now though that I can do the dreaded subject just fine, when I again find the time to finish this goal. Leaving off on pg 546 of 1120...
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