There have probably been many Chemistry books that have been written, to help understand the world of Cell Chemistry. There have been different versions and different authors who have all come up with their own different concepts. This has been to ensure that every single one of their readers, fits in and understands this concept as they should. The Cell and Molecular Chemistry, 2nd edition, remains the best book and stands out from all the rest. The reason is because, there is a great connection between the experiments that are carried out and the concepts put to book.
What Makes This Book the Best in the Market?
Just like the Systems Analysis and Design 6th Edition Alan Dennis, great focus has been put to help the students understand all concepts in Chemistry. The Chemistry: Core Concepts Blackman looks at experiments in depth. This is to help explain their existence as well as come up with reasonable conclusions. The deeper the study of these experiments, the greater the understanding instilled in the readers, and the students of this subject.
Students have not had an issue with the styles of writing that have been used in this book. This is because the styles are inviting. In the Chemistry: Core Concepts, the styles and concepts are presented in a particular order. Their approach allows for readers and students know what it is they are studying at a particular time.
The book has provided two authors. They have not just written the book. They have a task of helping the students gauge with the content in this particular book. The authors’ main duties are too expand more on the highlights of the book. The strengths of this particular book are also expounded more on by these co-authors. These has helped the readers understand why this book has also been the book to go for, when understanding cell Chemistry.
Similarly, also works very well for students. It comes with many examples. One example is not enough to allow Chemistry concepts sink in. However, multiple examples as in this edition help students know which ones exactly they could use in their individual works. This edition is broad in that, it has helped companies get to know what concepts they used wrong, and what concepts they used right. This has allowed to understand their success and their failure.
Janet Iwasa, who is a co-author of the Chemistry: Core Concepts brings a whole range of expertise. A series of experiments are needed in order to fully understand certain cells and molecules. However, she brings illustrations through 3D visualization. With these, students have not only had a great experience in learning, they have also developed a deeper understanding.
Experimental videos and pathways have also been a great boost for this particular book. With these, it is easy for students to remember different concepts. Videos especially act as a great reminder when students are through with particular subjects in the Chemistry: Core Concepts book.
Increased emphasis in this book have also greatly assisted the students in their understanding, which has also greatly improves their learning experience.