Kenneth W. Raymond
Wiley; 4th edition (January 4; 2013)
College students who are interested in pursuing careers in health-related fields, such as nursing, nutrition, medical technology, dental hygiene, and occupational therapy, are the target audience for the fourth edition of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, which was written specifically for them. It is also appropriate for college students who want to major in areas other than chemistry but recognize the significance of having a fundamental understanding of the subject. An integrated methodology is utilized, in which chapters that are next to one another cover subjects that are pertinent to organic chemistry, general chemistry, and biochemistry respectively. This method enables instructors and teachers to discuss the interrelationships between these three subfields of chemistry with their students while the material is still fresh in their minds. It is beneficial to all students because it helps them see the strong connections that exist between these subfields of chemistry.