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Back Forward Main Menu TOC Study Guide TOC Textbook Website MHHE Website 1 CHAPTER Chemistry: The Study of Change INTRODUCTION CHEMISTRY IS AN ACTIVE, EVOLVING SCIENCE THAT HAS VITAL IMPOR- 1.1 CHEMISTRY: A SCIENCE FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TANCE TO OUR WORLD, IN BOTH THE REALM OF NATURE AND THE REALM 1.2 THE STUDY OF CHEMISTRY OF SOCIETY. ITS ROOTS ARE ANCIENT, BUT AS WE WILL SOON SEE, CHEM- 1.3...

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