Overall, General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry is a
very useful text to support a twosemester undergraduate course series in chemistry for health sciences students. Its strengths are the use of the P.A.V.E. way to student learning applications. It
is very obvious that the author has the background and the preparation of the
student taking the course(s) in mind when she was writing the textbook.
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