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What teaching aids/resources are available with the Physical Chemistry e-book?

Physical Chemistry - Laidler, Meiser, SanctuaryWhen we developed this Physical Chemistry ebook we put a lot of effort to make sure that resources which normally come with hard copy editions, are built into the book or available for download for free:
  • There is an extensive free solutions manual with solutions developed by students (peer learning), with feedback forms for discussion;
  • The ebook can be projected in class to show all figures as you teach. Hard copy books would require additional resources for projection, like image and Power Point slides.
  • The topics of the chapters that appear are equivalent to Power Point headings. Since the students also have the ebook, they follow those headings and the figures more easily.
  • There are multimedia popups through out (about 100) and these are also readily available from the book’s Table of Contents (in a separate ‘multimedia’ index, listed according to chapters). They can be used as demos in class. These are resources that hard copy books cannot match, so text book companies usually have a web site. Having these integrated into the book is easier and at the teachers’ and students’ finger tips. The level of interactions of the multimedia is extensive in many cases.
  • The book, being on a computer and shown in class, is integrated with the resources on the internet.
  • The free solution manual can be used as resource for exam questions so a test bank is not necessary like it is for freshman chemistry courses.
  • Any upgrades (edition changes) to the content of the ebook will be available to all those who have an active license.
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